Is Your Supply Chain Ready for Any Emergency?

Supply and demand — it’s one of the defining laws of the free market, but what happens when your supply is reduced to zero because of a catastrophic failure? In today’s market, competitors are swift to move in and capitalize on your mistakes, so if you want to remain competitive, you have to be ready for anything.

Is Your Supply Chain Ready for Any Emergency?
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Solving Supply Chain Risks [INFOGRAPHIC]

In order to create an effective supply chain management strategy plan, you need the tools that deliver the data that enables you to forecast risks, monitor changes, and make well-informed decisions. With the right software and analytics programs, you will have the ability to:

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Chinese Chemical Conference in Chinese

Presentation for the Chinese Chemical Convention on March 25, 2016 in Chinese. Presentation developed by Lora Cecere, Founder of Supply Chain Insights,on the evolution of supply chain visibility.

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Risk Management Presentation May 2016

Lora Cecere, Founder of Supply Chain Insights, presentation on risk management for the ISM May conference.

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Risk Management Presentation May 2016

Lora Cecere, Founder of Supply Chain Insights, presentation on risk management for the ISM May conference.

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Research in Review - 2015

  • Survey Details: Data for this report has been taken from a variety of online quantitative surveys conducted by Supply Chain Insights and reported on from January – December 2015, including our research on big data, supply chain centers of excellence, sales and operations planning, inventory management, technology spending and risk management.
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Risk Management: Should You Sleep at Night?

Risks are higher in a global supply chain. To deal with these potential hazards, risk management has evolved beyond dealing with an issue when it’s about to happen to focus on prevention, early sensing, and coordinated execution to respond to an event. There are new strategies and technologies that can proactively formulate a plan to protect your business and operations from the storm of unforeseen events. But how do you get started? 

Jobs: Slave Labor or Prosperity? Who will Pay?

This morning, I had a request in my mail box to help with risk management. The note read, "in France, a law has been written after the Dacca disaster killing thousands of people in Bangladesh that were employed by H&M and other international brands. We are trying to think about the best way to complete risk mapping of international and complex supply chains..." There is no easy answer. Here are my thoughts.

Jobs: Slave Labor or Prosperity? Who will Pay?
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Risk Management Infographic

Risk Management Infographic from the 2015 Risk Management survey. Notice the impact of port variability.

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