Supply Chain Risk Management Training
As supply chains continue to become more global and complex, the risk of disruption intensifies. Yet while most companies recognise the increased risk potential, many are ill prepared to handle a disruption. The past couple of years have seen some high profile incidents such as; Japanese Tsunami, Gulf of Mexico oil spill, mine explosions (NZ and Chile), Christchurch earthquake, Rena sinking, North Island gas pipeline leak etc. as a result, integrated supply chain risk management has taken a centre stage.
In todays global economy, the response to supply chain risk cannot continue to be "reactive". Outsourcing or holding the principal supplier accountable for failures further down the line doesnt make the risk any less. Stakeholders are demanding proactive identification of possible disruptions to the end-to-end supply chain and taking steps to minimise these risks.
Xelocitys Supply Chain Risk Management approach is based the Supply Chain Councils SCOR model. Our approach integrates supply chains operations and risk management, it focuses on accounting for risk early and establishing appropriate risk minimisation strategies to help minimise or eliminate supply chain disruptions. SCOR is recognised as the worlds leading supply chain management framework.