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CFO Conference 2017


CFO1711 - Supply Chain Risks


May 4, 2017 1:00pm ‐ May 4, 2017 2:15pm

Standard: $49.00

Description

Since the 1980s, globalization – the increased interdependence of large multinational and smaller domestic companies on international labor, raw materials, production, warehousing, distribution and commercial sales – has amplified supply chain risk in ways both predictable and surprising. Moving raw materials and finished products long distances (often from one end of the globe to the other) creates an expected increase in risks. Given that the multitude and variety of risks are becoming more predictable, the leadership of multinational and domestic companies can benefit from taking a closer look at how global interdependence affects each link of their supply chain.



Learning Objectives:

- Identification or Risks

- Best Practices

- Implementing a Loss Control Program

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