- December 20, 2013
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Many chief risk officers, ERM leaders, and organizational decision makers have begun to study supply chain disruption risks and are taking steps to quantify and identify them. Other organizations are continuing to deny the fact that their distant suppliers may pose significant risks to their businesses' bottom lines.
In an increasingly globalized business atomosphere, business units, management, and board members need to start looking more broadly at their exposure to supply chain disruption risks.