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MIT supply chain risk management survey launched


Global Study.jpgThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is conducting an important global study of Supply Chain Risk Management in collaboration with the Association for Operations Management of Southern Africa (SAPICS) and Imperial Logistics.

The groups are surveying people’s experiences and attitudes toward supply chain risks and risk management with the goal of understanding if regional and cultural differences affect how people think about and manage supply chain risks.

The average time to complete the survey is only 12 minutes.

Supply chain, finance, and business professionals from six different regions of the world are participating in the survey. In particular, they are seeking responses from manufacturing, retail and distribution companies.

Sample questions include:

1. What supply chain disruptions have you experienced?
2. Which risks do you consider most important and least important?
3. Is headquarters the best place to co-ordinate recovery efforts?

Click here to complete the survey

After completing the survey, you may request that a summary of the study findings be e-mailed to you.

SAPICS offers supply chain and operations management education and professional development events in the sub-continent. Imperial Logistics is a logistics and supply chain management company in Southern Africa with a large footprint in Europe.



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