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Jan
calendar_today Jan 18, 2016 person Sime Curkovic label Supply Chain Risk Management

This blog post is the continuation of our Identifying the Factors for Successfully Managing Supply Chain Risks – Factor 2 – Supply Chain Organization (Part 2 of 5) research post. Our recent study to better understand supply chain risks focused on the structure, implementation, and maintenance of a formal system for managing risks in the supply chain.

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Jan
calendar_today Jan 11, 2016 person William Crane label Logistics

Who said logistics is a stand-alone function of the supply chain? Over the past decade, consumer electronics has become one of the fastest growing but also most volatile markets. With its quickly evolving technology and short product lifespans the ability to adapt, particularly with logistics, is a key factor for a company’s long-term sustainability.

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Jan
calendar_today Jan 4, 2016 person William Crane label Strategy

Until recently I would have cringed seeing the word “Disruptive” anywhere near “Supply Chain.” This pause for concern is a result of the now common industry phase “Supply Chain Disruption” which is utilized to describe everything from a localized component supply disruption to a global supply disruption with multiple suppliers due to a natural disaster.

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Dec
calendar_today Dec 14, 2015 person Sime Curkovic label Supply Chain Risk Management

This blog post is the continuation of our Identifying the Factors for Successfully Managing Supply Chain Risks – Factor 1 – Corporate Strategy (Part 1 of 5) research post. Our recent study to better understand supply chain risks focused on the structure, implementation, and maintenance of a formal system for managing risks in the supply chain.

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Nov
calendar_today Nov 9, 2015 person Sime Curkovic label Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply chain risks that ultimately cause supply chain disruptions cost high growth technology companies millions annually and even worse a large disruption event can cause smaller firms to cease operations. We conducted a study to better understand supply chain risks which focused on the structure, implementation, and maintenance of a formal system for managing risks in the supply chain.