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SCRM University: Introduction to SCRM

The quickly evolving landscape of supply chain risk management (SCRM) requires organizations to develop strong programs that can anticipate and mitigate a variety of risks. That includes monitoring for geopolitical risk, trade wars, industrial espionage, modern slavery, climate change and cyber threats in the face of social media and a 24/7 news cycle. We know it can be overwhelming, especially without foundational knowledge of core supply chain management, so Exiger experts created this introductory video series to help upskill your team.
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How Exiger Can Help:

In our first session, Theresa Campobasso, Global Head of Defense at Exiger Government Solutions, covers the definition and evolution of supply chain risk and the different risk categories that should be considered in an effective SCRM program.

Exiger can help organizations learn about the importance of SCRM and evaluate the health of their own programs through:

 

SCRM training and Continuing Education

  • Multiple on-site or virtual training options for SCRM education ranging from general familiarity to specific technical skillsets.
  • Variety of training options from brief, informal sessions to full 40-hour certification courses.

 

Risk Framework Support

  • Mapping existing SCRM program elements to the TRADES framework to ensure comprehensive coverage
  • Evaluating program maturity and effectiveness

 

Supply Chain Risk Assessment

  • Evaluate entity risk across the broadest set of categories at speed and scale
  • Illuminate networks of sub-tier suppliers and identify hidden risks in both physical and digital supply chains.

Topics Covered:

  1. Importance of SCRM
  2. Definition and evolution of supply chain and supply chain risk
  3. What entities make up a supplier ecosystem
  4. Building blocks of a SCRM program
  5. Common pitfalls to avoid
  6. Different risk categories of an effective and impactful SCRM program
  7. Timing of conducting SCRM

Supply Chain Risk Management Complete Guide

Supply Chain Risk Management is a multi-faceted and dynamic landscape of risk vectors and opportunities that must be consistently assessed and constantly updated to reflect the many macro supply chain risk drivers, from geopolitical risk, trade wars and industrial espionage to modern slavery and climate change. Social media and the 24/7 news cycle amplify reputational risk exposure.

Supply Chain Risk Management for the Defense Industrial Base (DIB)

The Department of Defense and its component—the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment—is the U.S central body designed to defend and protect U.S. National Security through the military’s supply chain.

Baseline your SCRM and TPRM Program Maturity Today

The Exiger Third Party & Supply Chain Risk Management Maturity Model is designed to help managers assess their organization’s capabilities with respect to managing supply chain risk.

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