The lifeblood of any business is the timely delivery of products and services. In the best possible world, if one plans accordingly, disruptions never occur. However, in the real world, disruptions do and will occur and the best business plans are those that anticipate and prepare for this inevitability, especially when dealing with international suppliers.
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Supply Chain Risk Management: Minimizing Disruptions in Global Sourcing provides a detailed road map for the efficient delivery of products and services, while taking into account the high probability of costly delays and stoppages. With candid input from suppliers, automotive and retail companies, and professional consultants, this work delivers a pragmatic approach to managing supply chain risk in an era of globalization.
With Proper Prior Planning
Potential Disasters Become Mere Inconveniences
All executives and managers share a common goal of reducing costs, streamlining processes and increasing profits. Within these pages, you will discover a winning game plan for efficiently navigating the complexities of supply chain risk in today’s global marketplace.
Table of Contents
Toward A Theoretical Model and Decision Framework of Supply Chain Disruptions, Christopher W. Craighead, Jennifer Blackhurst, and Robert B. Handfield
A Framework for Reducing the Impact of Disruptions to the Supply Chain:Observations from MultipleExecutives, Robert B. Handfield, Jennifer Blackhurst, and Debra Elkins
Identifying and Assessing Supply Chain Risk, Debra Elkins, Devadatta Kulkarni, and Jeffrey Tew
A “To-Do” List to Improve Supply Chain Risk Management Capabilities, Debra Elkins, Robert B. Handfield, Jennifer Blackhurst, andChristopher W. Craighead
Measuring and Managing Risk, Kevin McCormack
Case Study: Automotive Supplier for a Large North American Heavy Truck Manufacturer, Robert B. Handfield and Kevin McCormack
Glossary of Supply Chain and Risk Terms, Kevin McCormack