As supply chain networks grow, and the reach of corporations stretches to the corners of the globe, the chances of a loss multiply. So what are the main things to consider when you're putting in place a program of global risk management?
This article by Nick Batten, vice president, manager, corporate global services at FM Global, defines the six key dimensions of a successful, global program. He argues that it takes a concerted effort from numerous parties, across extended communication lines. But he concludes that "while daunting, these hurdles are not insurmountable."