Understanding Supply Chain Risk Management
Supply Chain Risk Management-Setting the Stage
The As-Is Landscape
Building the Risk Management Foundation
Traditional Supply Chain Risk Management
The Emerging Discipline of Supply Chain Risk Management
Supply Chain Fraud, Corruption, Counterfeiting & Theft
Emerging Risk Management Frameworks for Success
Using Probabilistic Models to Understand Risk
Using Big Data and Analytics to Manage Risk
Emerging Risk Management Tools, Techniques and Approaches
Risk Measurement and Metrics
Looking Toward the Future
Learning from Risk Management Leaders
Future Directions in Supply Chain Risk Management
Appendix: The Supply Chain Risk Assessment Tool
Complete and comprehensive coverage of supply chain risk -
from strategic to operational to probabilistic modeling and
analytics ... sufficient industry examples and guidance to assist
organizations of all sizes and maturity levels ... . A valuable
reference plus ample 'how-to's.' A must for any firm participating
in today's fast changing competitive environment.
-Robert J. Vokurka, Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi
A comprehensive treatment of the rapidly-evolving discipline of supply chain risk management ... this book will give you valuable perspectives on supply chain vulnerabilities and how to deal with them.
-Cliff Reese, Management consultant and former global business leader
Robert Trent and Greg Schlegel have created a masterpiece for the risk practitioner. With a perfect blend of strategic thinking and ground-level tactical ideas, this book will serve readers for years to come in navigating the nascent field of supply chain risk management. A must-have for any risk management professional's library.
Rich with meaningful examples, the authors explore the history of supply chain risk management, provide a solid foundation for understanding the concepts, and describe existing and emerging risk management frameworks. They further explore the use of pragmatic techniques to measure, track and report supply chain risk. Best of all, the authors present a path forward that any organization can use to start or improve a program to manage the increasingly important world of supply chain risks.
-John J. Brown, P.E., ARM-E, Past President, Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council; Former Director, Risk Management, Supply Chain, and Technical, The Coca-Cola Company
As the nature of supply chains evolves with increasing globalization, consolidation and just in time inventories, the amount of risk continues to increase. In this book, Trent and Schlegel have provided a timely and holistic view of this critically important discipline that's a "must-read" for any business leader or risk management professional. Using a proven approach and relevant tools and techniques, they have provided a framework that illuminates the full life cycle of identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks. The numerous examples and best practices neatly supplement the key concepts and fundamentals as well as the critical enabling capabilities required to ensure an effective risk management strategy. The chapters on analytics and risk measurement are especially insightful for those seeking to implement based on proven practices.
The book is replete with examples of companies that have employed effective risk management techniques to gain a competitive edge. It should be required reading for any business seeking to accomplish the same.
-Karl F. Schmidt, Retired, VP Risk Mgmt, Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain; Engineering Fellow, Villanova University
The first 'A-to-Z' margin-based Balanced Risk
Assessment/Performance Guidebook to address our current and future
global Supply Chain challenges! Fantastic! Guidance on the
essentials of utilizing the optimum risk management method,
tailored to your situation, the book facilitates management of the
strategic, tactical and operation known knowns, known unknowns, and
unknown unknowns. This back-to-basics approach respects that global
supply chains are interconnected and evolving. Referencing the
latest proven approaches and technologies, these Supply Chain
resiliency guidelines can enable competitive advantage and
profitable longevity. Finally, a comprehensive guide to profitable
margin growth by linking internal end-to-end processes to suppliers
and customers (markets).
-Jim de Vries: Enterprise Master Blackbelt: Corporate Initiatives - Air Products