Over the past decade, risk professionals around the world have observed organizational successes and failures to manage and mature their supply chains. As new tools, techniques, methodologies and solutions enter the industry, a foundational structure will help to support and make best use of them.
These steps offer a roadmap for organizations to establish their risk maturity level, and then build expertise.
As companies exercise a supply-chain risk maturity model, we’ll see increased capabilities for identifying, assessing and mitigating risk. These management infrastructures will go on to ensure enterprise-wide resilience.
Gregory Schlegel is founder of the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium.
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