Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council
The Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council (SCRLC) was established in 2006. Over this time period, supply chain risk has increased in visibility and importance among supply chain practitioners, business leaders, industry analysts and the media. This council anticipated the rise of supply chain risk as a new supply chain pain point. With the spread of globalization and the increasing recognition of the flat world we live in, risks in the supply chain have multiplied. We were concerned about the lack of accompanying processes, systems and tools. The council includes leading companies representing a broad spectrum of industries that handled all kinds of supply chain risks. Together, we have discussed, brainstormed and developed a core set of principles and practices that have established SCRLC as the premier thought leader for supply chain risk.
Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM)
The practice of managing the risk of any factor or event that can materially disrupt a supply chain whether within a single company or spread across multiple companies. The ultimate purpose of supply chain risk management is to enable cost avoidance, customer service, and market position.
Create a cross-industry council comprised of world class manufacturing & services supply chain firms that will work together to develop and share supply chain risk management best practices.
Work together to create best-practices supply chain risk management standards, processes, capabilities and metrics to be adopted within our respective organizations. Leverage this best practices effort to proactively initiate consistency across industries and their related organizations / councils. Enable standardizations across industries where applicable and become “industry integrators” for the betterment of a more efficient and consistent risk management environment.
Objectives include developing & sharing best practices for:
- supply-chain continuity planning, assessments & reporting.
- supply chain risk management analytics capabilities, tools and roadmaps.
- supply chain risk mitigation programs, models & metrics.
- crisis response capabilities & processes.
SCRLC Membership Includes Representatives from Diverse Sectors:
- High Tech Manufacturing
- Public Sector
- Transportation and Logistics
- Consumer Electronics
- Component Suppliers
- Contract Manufacturers
SCRLC Structure and Membership Information
SCRLC structure and membership information is available in PDF Format. download file
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| “Risk management is not a checklist; it is a mentality that needs to be top-of-mind for corporate boards of directors.”
Frederick W. Smith
Chairman, President and CEO,
“What was once a local issue, is now an international concern, with unprecedented impacts to governments and companies around the world.”
SVP, Customer Value Chain Management,
“Supply chain risk management is a mandate for any company looking to run a resilient and adaptive operation in these challenging market conditions.”