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Managing global supply chain risk during COVID-19 has required a drastic turn from the old ways of supply chain risk management.
Tech firms face multiple perils in addition to cyber risks.
Climate change demands that companies take a collaborative approach to risk management.
Conflict in a foreign supplier’s country exposes holes in one company’s risk management strategy.
Risks to your supply chain can come from unexpected sources.
Risk managers should expect more weather-related damage.
Bringing factories back to the U.S. doesn’t necessarily reduce supply chain risks.
A dispute delaying Panama Canal construction was resolved, but further delays could be costly to shippers and exporters.
Chemical & Refining
Organizations should be as cautious exploring business partnerships as an individual would be on a blind date.
Governments around the globe step up efforts to wipe out corruption.
Rising tensions between China and Japan pose property and supply chain risk to American companies.
Risk managers need to analyze how overseas political issues could impact supply chains and operations.
The next time the Laki Fissure bursts, a maelstrom of sickness, death and economic destruction will be released.
A lack of transparency during a foreign acquisition abruptly halts a mining company’s celebrations.
A recall of contaminated cookies is a business owner’s undoing.
A risk manager’s improper reporting catches the SEC’s attention.