There is no way you can succeed in business by playing safe. It’s always less risky to take risks. Modern companies are competing in the fierce environment via their supply chain. No risks, no rewards. The topic of how to manage the risks & supply chain vulnerability to ensure your companies can take least risks to survive & achieve the desired goal has brought us the big challenge in today’s supply chain operations management.
Chapter1 Introduction, terminology and definitions Chapter2 Sources of risk: internal or external Chapter3 Sources of risk: strategic, operational and project based Chapter4 The stakeholder’s influence Chapter5 The outcomes of successful risk management Chapter6 Selecting and building the strategy Chapter7 Identifying appropriate processes Chapter8 Resources for a risk-aware culture Chapter9 Sharing risk throughout the supply chain Chapter10 Tactics and tools for risk identification and analysis Chapter11 Supplier selection Chapter12 Ethics, corporate social responsibility (CSR), health and safety Chapter13 Project management including project appraisal Chapter14 Contractual issues and negotiations Chapter15 Public sector issues Chapter16 Technological and environmental issues Chapter17 International issues Chapter18 Quality issues Chapter19 Controlling the risks Chapter20 Contingency planning