Analyzing the “Deep” Supply Chain to Identify Vulnerabilities and Build Resilience
This webinar will illustrate the methodology with a simple, but compelling example.
May 12, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (Eastern)
Brought to you by the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM).
This presentation will describe an innovative evaluation methodology to analyze the whole or “deep” supply chain, looking not only at the immediate components of the end product in the chain, but multiple levels of integrated parts, products, and materials. The analysis allows us to quantify the full requirements for different products and materials across the whole supply chain as well as vulnerabilities such as potential bottlenecks and foreign dependencies (often invisible at later stages). The presentation will illustrate the methodology with a simple, but compelling example.
- Learn about the practical methods to identify and assess risk along the supply chain.
- Learn about cost-benefit methodologies that identify the benefits and justify the investment in resilience-building projects for the supply chain.
- Review analytical methods to map deep supply chains and identify potential bottlenecks and risky dependencies.
Event Details & Registration
The webinar will be hosted online. Registration is free, but required. If registered, instructions for accessing the webinar will be sent via email prior to the event. CPEs will not be provided for this webinar.
All those who registered for this event have been sent an email with instructions to access the webinar. If you registered after this time, an email will be sent on the morning of May 12, 2021. If you registered and did not receive those instructions, please email email@example.com prior to the event for the link.
Presenters & Moderators
- Vladimir Antikarov
Venue: Online Webinar