5 steps to mitigating supply chain disruptions

04/24/2012 | SupplyChainDigital.com

Supply chains can only become more resilient if companies are better prepared, Sundar Kamakshisundaram writes. He suggests companies make risk management a part of basic strategy; examine "the financial, operational and balance-of-trade exposure" of key suppliers; don't hesitate in spotting delays or quality issues; and ramp up actions to manage and monitor suppliers.

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