Reduce Global Supply Chain Risk Exposure

Learn key strategies for shaping the rate of supply chain disruptions.

According to a Gartner survey of 262 supply chain leaders, those that have reduced the number of global supply chain risk events have experienced less than a third of disruptions

While you can’t control the number of supply chain risk events that occur, you can influence how many affect your company. How? Cut them out of your supply chain before they hit.

Companies that make themselves a smaller target can shape the rate of supply chain disruptions they experience. 

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  • Two ways to make your supply chain a smaller target
  • Peer examples for assessing competitors vulnerabilities
  • Key strategies to avoid extreme consolidation when diversifying global supply chain risk exposure

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    Improve your global supply chain risk management

    Key tenets of global supply chain risk management are enhancing resilience and improving competitiveness. But supply chain risk management today must account for unprecedented, fast-developing market disruptions, making it difficult to achieve agility and competitive advantage. Gartner provides supply chain leaders with insights, advice, data and tools to develop effective supply chain risk management strategies that predict and mitigate new disruptions.