- June 20, 2013
- Member: FREE
This webinar presents the findings from APQC's most recent survey on managing the financial risks of supply chain disruption. The survey explored the extent to which supply chain executives and finance managers at large global organizations are concerned about three macro-level, external risk factors to supply chain stability:
- High-impact natural disasters such as major tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanos, or floods;
- extreme weather such as devastating droughts, wildfires, or cyclones; and
- political turmoil in vitally important world regions.
APQC'S Mary Driscoll, Experis' Eric Gerner and John Hejka, and Baker Hughes' Mike Miedema look at how organizations are identifying and mitigating supply chain disruption risks while maintaining efforts to control costs of materials, items, or services sourced globally.
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