NBS outlines a framework and best practices for supply chain management based on 25 years worth of academic and industry resources.
Topic: Global Supply Chains
Supply chain disruptions can be devastating for operations and share price. But companies can better manage their global supply chains to leverage opportunities and mitigate risk. Learn how to identify gaps in your current program and implement new practices and strategies to improve performance and resilience of your supply chain.
“The Supply Chain systematic review will help companies that are keen to address product quality challenges, decrease compliance issues, and manage risks associated with overseas suppliers.”
- John D. Coyne, Vice President, Legal and External Affairs, Unilever Canada Inc
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