2 Steps to Reduce the Rate of Supply Chain Disruption

New supply chain strategy minimizes risk impacts

Top supply chain organizations experience less than one-third of the supply chain disruptions of their peers.

How? By strategically shaping which supply chain risks will disrupt them, and effectively reducing the number of disruptions they experience.

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  • Understand how you can reduce the rate of supply chain disruption
  • Turn supply chain risk management into a competitive advantage
  • Sense and respond quickly to supply chain disruptions

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    Supply chain risk management: How we help

    Key tenets of supply chain risk management are enhancing resilience and improving competitiveness. But supply chain risk management today must account for unprecedented, fast-developing market disruptions as well as transformation inside the organization, making it difficult to achieve agility and competitive advantage. To succeed, supply chain risk management must be a collaboration between supply chain, procurement and enterprise risk management (ERM) managers. Innovative technology solutions and advanced analytics enable continuous review and integration of supply chain risk management with the business. Gartner provides supply chain leaders with insights, advice, data and tools to increase supply chain risk readiness. Visit gartner.com to learn how we enable supply chain risk management to combat disruption.