For years, supplier risk management has been done retrospectively, resulting in blind spots and ineffective management of third parties. The pandemic brought massive disruption to supply chains everywhere, heightening supplier risk regardless of industry or borders. In this changing business environment, robust supply chain management programs that proactively identify risk and are powered by technology innovation and data are not just the way forward but a competitive advantage when done effectively.
Hear from industry leaders from National Bank of Canada, Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) and KPMG in Canada who provide perspectives and insights on:
- Key factors to efficiently structure supplier risk management programs
- Elements of an effective risk management program
- Prioritizing supplier risk areas
- Supplier risk management practices to mitigate the impact of major disruptions
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