Setting up a Supply Chain Risk Management Program

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, plus tracking open source data like social media and news. We know it can be overwhelming, especially without foundational knowledge of core supply chain management, so Exiger experts created this introductory video series, SCRM University, to help upskill your team.

Sneak Peek: SCRM Program Framework

Our second episode reviews a comprehensive framework for Setting up a SCRM Program and covers the following topics:

  • Why do SCRM programs fail?
  • Basic implementation of a risk framework
  • Exiger’s proprietary framework to evolve TPRM and SCRM programs
  • The “how” cycle
  • Maturity model self assessment

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