No industry went unscathed by the pandemic. “COVID put supply chains through the ultimate stress test, and many did not demonstrate resiliency,” said Yvette Connor, Enterprise Risk Management Practice Leader at Grant Thornton.
But what about other, post-pandemic stress tests that will inevitably arise, stretching supply chains to their limits? Will enterprises be any better prepared for those?
Many enterprises take a “swim lane” approach to risk management, where enterprise groups stay in their areas — executive management, business line management, compliance, procurement, internal audit and others.
This must be replaced with a coordinated, collaboration-driven knowledge pool, a shared understanding of risk and a common shared language.
We collaborated with the Internal Audit Foundation to outline how you can take an integrated approach to supply chain risk management across your organization. Download the paper today: Are we speaking the same language? An integrated approach to supply chain risk management
Jonathan is best most recognized for his ability to help clients define their supply chain strategy in response to changing market conditions and other disruptive forces and subsequently helping
Charlotte, North Carolina
- Manufacturing, Transportation & Distribution
- Technology, media & telecommunications
- Retail & consumer brands
Meredith Murphy is a Director in Grant Thornton LLP’s Advisory Services practice and is based in Minneapolis, MN.
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