Supply Chain Risk Management

Anthony G. Tarantino
Instructor Anthony G. Tarantino
Product Id 600645
Duration 90 Minutes
Version Recorded
Original Price $295
Special Offer Price $10
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Supply Chain Risk Management

Overview:
For the last decade, there has been an extensive and organized effort by organizations to assess their risks, especially in financial services. Non Financial firms are now increasing their risk management especially in the light of such complex, global, and out sourced supply chains. The new ISO 31000 and ISO 31010 frameworks provide guidelines in this process that make good sense and build on years of work by risk professionals.

After attending this session you will:
  • Understand supply chain's relationship to systemic risk, enterprise risk & operational risk
  • Understand the need for a clearly stated supply chain risk appetite statement
  • Utilize the New ISO 31000/31010 Standards to manage supply chain risks
  • Utilize Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) to solve the most complex SC risk problems
  • Conduct your own risk assessments to ID & rank the greatest SC risks your enterprise faces
  • Understand the advantages of next generation techniques in risk assessments
  • Create a dashboard that scores each opportunity to reduce supply chain risk
Areas Covered in the Session:
  • The value of a clearly articulated risk statement
  • How to create a risk statement
  • The value of conducting a supply chain risk assessment
  • How to conduct supply chain risk assessments
  • Background of the new ISO 31000/31010 risk framework
  • How to measure, score, and prioritize your greatest supply chain risks
  • How to manage a portfolio of projects to reduce supply chain risks
Who Will Benefit:
  • Supply Chain managers
  • Purchasing and Commodity Managers
  • Operation Managers
  • SME business owners
Speaker Profile
Dr. Anthony Tarantino has 30 years of experience in regulatory compliance, operational risk, and operations management on both the consulting and industry side. He is currently an adjunct professor of finance, teaching risk management at Santa Clara University's graduate school of business. He is also a senior consultant for Cisco Systems Six Sigma Center of Excellence working multiple process simplification projects. He is the author or co-author of four professional and one college accounting books along with over a dozen professional and academic peer review journal articles. He is certified in six sigma (Black Belt), in operations (CPIM), procurement (CPM), and Sarbanes-Oxley (CSOXP). He received his PhD from the University of Caliornia, Irvine in the social sciences.

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