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  • Eli Goldratt © Sam Kesteven Finding the 'Herbies' in global service processesBob Lillis says the principles for addressing bottlenecks in manufacturing, as outlined in business book The Goal 30 years ago, are just as valid for the management of global service processes.
  • Delegates at NATO Summit 2014 © NATO Summit Wales 2014 Watching with interestThe economic recovery coupled with political instability has put the spotlight on interest rates. John Glen explains what the impact of a potential rise might have on businesses.
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Risk management articles

  • Eli Goldratt © Sam Kesteven Finding the 'Herbies' in global service processesBob Lillis says the principles for addressing bottlenecks in manufacturing, as outlined in business book The Goal 30 years ago, are just as valid for the management of global service processes.
  • Delegates at NATO Summit 2014 © NATO Summit Wales 2014 Watching with interestThe economic recovery coupled with political instability has put the spotlight on interest rates. John Glen explains what the impact of a potential rise might have on businesses.
  • Dick Russill illustration Executive coach - September 2014Dick Russill answers readers' questions on procurement fraud and things leading procurement organisations do differently.
  • Risk roundup - September 2014Disruption expected; Risk ROI still low; Don't 'bury your head'.
  • "Contract and risk management" book cover Contract and Risk Management for Supply Chain Management ProfessionalsX Paul Humbert, Robert C Mastice | The Humbert Group | £84.06/$139.99
  • David Noble - 618x347 On the front lineGain a competitive advantage by getting contingency and risk management right, says David Noble.
  • High impact lossesWith supply chain risk a growing business issue, research suggests CPOs may need to reconsider their mitigation strategies, says Paul Snell.
  • "What goes around comes around" illustration NEW © Fernando Volken Togni What goes around comes aroundCompanies are increasingly judged on how they respond to product recalls. CPOs should be prepared for and involved in the process, Rima Evans is told.
  • Drilling for oil in Russia © Shutterstock Bear necessitiesAs hostilities fester between Russia and Ukraine, it is vital for Europe's business leaders to know their supply chain risks – and what sanctions are being imposed, says Andrew Pring.
  • Makeup set © Shutterstock COR workoutIt is time for CPOs and their teams to adopt a quantitive cost of risk approach, becoming as good at negotiating and valuing risk as they are with other aspects of the process.
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