Globalization has increased the complexity of supply chains beyond recognition with many businesses having thousands, and often tens of thousands, of direct and indirect suppliers. Major crises such as the global pandemic and conflict in Ukraine have created supply chain shocks that have been felt around the world and governments have responded to concerns about human rights and the environment with new and far-reaching legislation on supply chain due diligence.
Paula Davis, industry expert and compliance advisor, provides practical steps that you can take to deal with this complexity and implement a pragmatic, effective supply chain risk management program.
- Responding to new legislation without re-inventing the wheel
- Practical steps for identifying and managing supply chain risk
- Tools and tips for getting the message through to suppliers