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Categorization of Supply Chain Risk and Risk Management

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Categorization of Supply Chain Risk and Risk Management
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2004

Several questions I receive concern the very basic elements of supply chain risk management. Since reading “Categorization of Supply Chain Risk and Risk Management” by Norrman and Lindroth (2004) I often referred to it, to describe the different aspects.

Framework

Norrman and Lindroth suggest a three dimensional framework to analyze different supply chain risk management issues (figure 1). The dimensions are:

Risk, Information and Incentives in Telecom Supply Chains

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Risk, information and incentives in telecom supply chains
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2004

Supply chains risks can also be analyzed in a specific industry context and this is exactly what Agrell et al. (2004) did with telecom supply chains. They used a three tier SC (2nd tier supplier, EMS, OEM) to include the selection, coordination and motivation of independently operating suppliers in the model.

In terms of risk handling and sharing the telco industry is to some extent unique as well; there are several possible complications, like

    Acting on Supply Chain Disruptions

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    Ericsson's proactive supply chain risk management approach after a serious sub-supplier accident
    Year: 
    2004

    Supply Chain Risk manifests itself in many ways. Today the German airlines restored their regular flight schedule again after six days of no or limited air traffic, after the latest eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull vulcano on Iceland.

    The consequences of such events only rarely become evident, but in the background emergency plans have to be executed (or developed).

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