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What risks should supply management executives be concerned with and, more importantly, how can these be measured and evaluated?

These are the questions our new research report Measuring and Managing Risks in the Supply Chain sought to answer. Risk management is often under the charge of supply management groups, but responsibility can and should be shared by suppliers and internal partners. Risk measurement allows supply management practitioners to anticipate, react to, prioritize, and effectively manage risk, from dealing with significant events to establishing best practices of risk avoidance in every-day operations. This report offers a taxonomy of key risks to consider and best practices for measuring different categories of risk.

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