SCRM doesn't need to be hard
In a world of increasing pressures and threats, there are all kinds of reasons why supply chain risk management is becoming more and more important.
There’s an enormous amount of different types of events that could result in disruptions in your supplier network. And if you’re relying on basic financial indicators alone, you’re simply not getting the full picture. We have put together this kit to help get beginners off the ground in Supply Chain Risk Management.
This 4-part kit includes a 7 step checklist on why you should start with supply chain risk management, a case study to learn how one of our customers handles supply chain risk, a brainstorming template to get you started on your SCRM journey and our 5 step guide for creating a SCRM business case.