Chapman, Paul, Christopher, Martin, Jüttner, Uta, Peck, Helen and Wilding, Richard (2002) Identifying and Managing Supply Chain Vulnerability. Logistics & Transport Focus, 4 (4). pp. 59-70.Full text not available from this repository.
The drive towards more efficient supply networks during recent years has resulted in these networks becoming more vulnerable to disruption. Supply-chain vulnerability can be defined as an exposure to serious disturbance, arising from risks within the supply-chain as well as risks external to the supply-chain. Supply chain risk management aims to identify the areas of potential risk and implement appropriate actions to contain that risk. At a tactical level, the following set of activities should be carried out to prepare for and handle disruptions: 1. risk idenfication process, 2. risk assessment process, 3. supply-chain continuity management and co-ordination processes, and 4. processes to ensure learning from experiences.
|Keywords:||Business logistics; Commerce; Crisis management; Industrial management|
|Centre:||BT Centre for Major Programme Management
Faculty of Operations Management
|Date Deposited:||25 Feb 2012 21:11|
|Last Modified:||23 Oct 2015 14:06|
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