Supply Chain Risk Identification Structure

CSCMP, in conjunction with Competitive Insights, LLC, has been researching sources of supply chain risk and potential ways to mitigate those risks. Through this research, the Supply Chain Risk Identification Structure (SCRIS) was developed to provide the supply chain industry with a reference model for identifying, mitigating, and measuring significant supply chain operating risks within the broader context of overall operating risk. The structure is intended to help facilitate meaningful conversations around the primary sources of supply chain operating risks that can have a material and prolonged negative impact on the supply chain’s ability to operate. While other structures and frameworks exist, this CSCMP Hot Topics offers this overview of SCRIS to spur corporate thinking—and ultimately action—on how to best manage supply chain risk.

Author: 
Richard Sharpe, Competitive Insights, LLC
Tami Kitajima, Competitive Insights, LLC
Published Date: 
11/07/2012
Pages: 
4
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