Supply Chain Risk Management: A Delicate Balancing Act

Risk management practices, techniques and tools have been used extensively in the financial community for years. Risks with respect to a company’s supply chain have begun to receive attention only more recently, as the push to increase supply chain efficiencies has illuminated the delicate balance between financial considerations, and those of the customer.

By: Gautam Basu, Karen Butner, Eric Cope, Léa Deleris, Jin Dong, Mary Helander, Kann Katircioglu, Bonnie Ray

Published in: RC24415 in 2007


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