Risk Management

Anything related to managing and avoiding risks, but especially supply chain risk

The Interview: Getting Real with Paul Fox

The article discusses the issue of counterfeiting and piracy in the supply chain, emphasizing the need for solutions to combat these problems. Paul Fox, Chairman of the Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy, provides insights on the impact of counterfeiting on companies and consumers and highlights the importance of technology like RFID in securing the supply chain.

RFID in Clinical Settings

Authorities across the globe recognize the value of sharing patient and remedy data across a network of expert medical practitioners. The concept of “tele-medicine” has been positively received in several geographies, with medical teams collaborating across digital networks –sharing patient data, radiology and exploratory test results. A Single Version of the Truth – SVOT – in order to enable health care practitioners to work in collaboration, across the Chain of Care (Care Chain) is a vision that is achievable through the combination of wireless, wired and network technologies.

Mad Cows and Angry Peasants

Risks are a part of every firm’s global footprint. In this article, we take a lighthearted look at Federated Global Footprints and risk identification.

Demand Management Technology Evaluation:Best Practices and Technology Evaluation

The complexity of business today–working a myriad of partnerships with both the channel side and the transportation partners, as well as dealing with the challenges of fickle and surprising
markets–requires not only more visibility into ongoing operations, but more Intelligence to operate successfully. Leading companies continue to pursue and achieve significant improvements in business performance, through the adoption of innovative Demand
Management technologies.

Introduction to ChainLink Research

This 10-minute overview presented by ChainLink CEO, Ann Grackin discusses the impact of changing business models on the supply chain.

Supply Risk and Flexibility Management at Agilent

In the fall of 2000 Agilent was faced with one of the steepest ramps in demand for test equipment ever encountered in the semiconductor industry. As markets heated up, unforeseen supply constraints pushed out standard component lead times by as many as 50 weeks, leading to expediting costs and gaps in supply that cut into both margins and revenue.

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