Many companies have focused on anti-bribery and sanctions risks when dealing with their supply chain but today’s range of risks dictate the need for companies to examine an entire new risk universe to have an effective compliance programme.
Companies should approach risk assessments with a much broader view to identify risk signals ahead of time, and to gain greater visibility into the practices of their suppliers. But managing these multiple risks begins with collecting the necessary data. The right data.
We cover how to take a risk-based approach to your supply chain risk management. You will learn:
- The value of a risk based approach
- The Red Flag Group’s 23 identified supply chain risk areas and how they might impact your business
- The keys to creating a manageable approach to supply chain risk