Risk Management: Where we are, Where we are going
Thursday, October 18, 2018 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, October 18, 2018 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review
Robert J. Trent, author and Professor of Supply Chain Management, Lehigh University
Whether it’s severe flooding in the Carolinas, the impact of unexpected new tariffs or a negative social media post that goes viral, supply chain RISK is EVERYWHERE.
Despite the potentially devastating impact of a supply chain disruption, the supply chain profession has become too complacent with tools that may be out of date for today’s challenges.
So, where are we in terms of RISK MANAGEMENT and where are we going?
These are the questions Robert J. Trent, author and Professor of Supply Chain Management at Lehigh University, will answer during this webinar. Based on current research and interviews with leading companies he will:
- Define supply chain risk management concepts as they relate to today’s challenges
- Provide observations on the current state of supply chain risk management, based on new research
- Offer a set of predictions regarding where supply chain risk management is going in the future
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