Supply chains are more complex than ever – and the increased use of technology such as artificial intelligence and automation is altering the way they function. As supply chains adapt to new ways of working, the risks they face are coming into even sharper focus.
Supply chain risks are manifold and range from high-profile events, such as natural catastrophes, terrorism and cyber-attack, to the more mundane like power outages or employee sickness.
At a recent event we hosted in Dublin, risk managers discussed their supply chain risk issues and heard from experts about ways to mitigate some of those threats and challenges.
This article sheds light on the key takeaways from the event.