- Waters, C. D. J. 1949-
- Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK.
- Business logistics
- Risk management
- 0749448547 (hbk.) :
- 9780749448547 (hbk.)
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- At foot of title: The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 240-246) and index.
- 1 Working with risk Risk and management; Growth of risk management; Risk in the supply chain; In summary 2 Defining risk Features of risk; Decisions and risk; Structure of decisions; Decisions with certainty; Decisions with uncertainty; Decisions with risk; Decisions with ignorance; Managing risk; In summary 3 Supply chain management Definitions; Structure of a supply chain; Aims of supply chain management; Activities of logistics; Importance of logistics; Risk in the supply chain; In summary 4 Trends affecting the supply chain Increasing risk; Trends in supply chain management; Integration of supply chains; Cost reduction; Agile logistics; E-business; Globalization; Outsourcing; Changing practices in logistics; In summary 5 Approaches to risk management Definition; Development of risk management; Supply chain risk management; Aims of SCRM; Steps in risk management; Some principles of SCRM; In summary 6 Identifying risks Types of risk; Identifying risks; Tools for analysing past events; Tools to collect opinions; Tools to analyse operations; Problems with risk identification; In summary 7 Analysing risks Measuring risk; Likelihood of a risk occurring; Consequences when a risk occurs; Evaluating consequences; Tools for risk analysis; In summary 8 Responding to risks Responses to risk; Alternative responses; Defining options; Choosing the best response; Implementation and activation; In summary 9 A network view of risk Shared risks; Achieving an integrated approach; Identifying risks; Analysing and responding to risks; Problems with integrating SCRM; Levels of SCRM integration; In summary 10 Creating resilient supply chains Design of a resilient chain; Principles of designing a resilient supply chain; Physical features of a resilient supply chain; Relationships within a resilient supply chain; Risk compensation and business continuity; In summary 11 Business continuity management Emergencies and crises; Use of BCM; Steps in business continuity management; In summary 12 Review
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