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Supply Chain Risk Management
 

Minimising risk exposure in supply chain

22 & 23 August 2016 (Singapore)

 

Why should you attend?

Comprehensive supply chain risk management plays an important strategic role in the operation of a successful manufacturing business, protecting its most valuable assets while creating a unified and high performance risk mitigation model.

This course is designed for senior executives and all members of the leadership team who are involved in elements of the Integrated Business Management process, Business Continuity Planning, Risk Management for their company.  It is also an excellent opportunity for a team implementing this process to ensure that the senior management to whom the team reports understands what is being done and how it benefits them.

 

Key Benefits:

  • Play a significant role in the Enterprise and Supply Chain Risk Management Process in your company, from implementation to sustained performance
  • Gain understanding of best practices in supply chain risk management by examining real-life scenarios from different industries
  • Mastering risk segmentation and its applicability to the overall risk management process
  • Examine how to turn disaster into an opportunity by having a good risk management policy in place
  • Assess advanced analytical tools and methods to monitor process exposures by risk-scoring various owned, supplier, or customer geographic locations for potential risks
  • Map the entire supply chain to show interdependencies
  • Learn how to create risk matrix and how to prioritise risks
  • Through group discussions, gain practical understanding of how the different industries manage the inventory and what are the best practices

 

Who should attend?

CEOs, COOs, EDs, Directors, SVPs, VPs, General Managers, Senior Managers, Managers of:

·         Supply Chain

·         Business Continuity Planning

·         Risk Management

·         Demand Planning

·         Operations

·         Finance

 

 

·         S&OP / IBP

·         Merchandising

·         Sales

·         Marketing

·         Collaborative Planning

·         Logistics

 

 

 

   
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