Risks and challenges in the context of supply chain risk management

Megatrends like globalization, the rise of digital and climate change have an outsized impact on businesses, but are companies truly aware of the effects of these megatrends and are they prepared to address them? Do companies know their supply chain risk management risks?

International companies are especially dependent on global trade, and must become knowledgeable on the impact of these megatrends on the global economy. But do they know the true extent of the impact? Do companies with international supply chains know the risks their suppliers face?

Global megatrends: globalization, digitalization, climate change, sustainability, demographic change, globalization

Global megatrends: globalization, digitalization, climate change, sustainability, demographic change, globalization

You can find the answers to these questions here: http://www.riskmethods.net/en/supply-chain-risk-management/risks. We will also provide facts and figures on how companies have handled  risks to their supply chains in the past.

Supply chain risk management risks: Sector-specific requirements

Every industry has unique regulatory and sector-specific requirements. Click here for an overview of industry-specific risks and what they mean for your supply chain risk management strategy.

What about you? Are you prepared to face these megatrends? Can your supply chain risk management handle the risk?

Let us know your opinion. We look forward to your comments.

Bill DeMartino is the General Manager of North American operations at riskmethods. Bill plays a leading role in accelerating riskmethods’ international expansion, specifically in the Americas, and growing the firm into the industry’s leading Supply Chain Risk Management solution. Bill has 15 years of experience in the procurement and supply management solution space, where he built his expertise in Analytics and Supply Risk & Compliance acting across various disciplines and leadership roles in product management, sales and marketing at IBM, Emptoris and Determine. Bill is a recognized Supply Management luminary including having been selected as a “Pro-to-Know” by Supply and Demand Chain, a speaker at industry events and author of papers.

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