Supply chain risk and resilience for multinational corporations

 

Large companies nowadays have complex global supply chains, yet their risk management strategy often stops at Tier 1-2 level and only covers some aspects of their business. This is not sufficient to guarantee resiliency, hence multinational corporations should look at more comprehensive approaches to future-proof their business.

 

In this video, Dr Mukesh Kumar shares research and guidance from the Centre for International Manufacturing which can help large, multinational companies manage their supply network risk in a more efficient way.

 

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24 – 25 September 2015, Moller Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK

 

The annual Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium is the chance to hear from world-leading business figures and thinkers on the challenges facing modern manufacturing. It is a unique event that brings together senior industrialists and leading academics to share approaches and experiences in this strategic domain.

 

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Date published

21 April 2015

 
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