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Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply chains involve different exposures to high level of risks and uncertainty in all the stages, from supplier’s supplier to customer’s customer, but with early analysis, preparation and action, these risks can be avoided, managed or mitigated. Supply chain professionals need to ensure their organizations become industry leader, by identifying, analyzing, managing and mitigating risks in their organizations, which will lead to achieving remarkable business records through reducing costs, and improving service levels which at the end will lead to enhancing the overall performance of their organizations. This training will provide trainees with the more up to date practical and academic best strategic strategies tools and techniques that can be used to overcome and mitigate all types of risks facing their organizations and how to make these organizations more resilient.
The objective of this program will be to help participants to:
  • Gaining more information about the potential sources of risk to the organization.
  • Understanding the difference between commercial and operational risks.
  • Understanding of supply chain activities more practically.
  • Understanding how to identity, analyzes and evaluate supply chain risks.
  • Applying the best tools, techniques and methodologies for mitigating supply chain risks.
  • Understand the keys aspects in reducing risks.
  • Understanding the risk transfer & mitigation strategies.
  • Understanding the supply chain mapping and risk assessment.
  • How to make supply chain of the organization more resilient.
Benefits of the program for the organization:

Manpower equipped with new skills and knowledge to deliver desired output, helping the organization to achieve its goals and objectives efficiently and effectively through optimum utilization of resources in a much organized way.

Target Audience:
  • Supply chain Logistics, Procurement, Production and Purchasing Professionals.
  • Warehouse, Manufacturing and distribution professionals.
  • Those who want to understand and manage the risks and difficulties with their supply chain partners form supplier’s supplier to customer’s customer.