Christian Hollstein, Frank Himpel
SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT
Background: Supply chain risk management increasingly gains prominence in many international industries. In order to strengthen supply chain structures, processes, and networks, adequate potentials for risk management need to be built (focus on effective logistics) and to be utilized (focus on efficient logistics). Natural-based disasters, such as the case of Fukushima, illustrate how crucial risk management is.
Method: By aligning a theoretical-conceptual framework with empirical-inductive findings, it may be hypothesized that logistical systems do have a positive effect on supply chain risk management activities.
Result/conclusion: Flexibility and capacity, as well as redundancy and standardization, are often viewed as being conflictionary. It shows, however, that in the light of supply chain risk management, those factors may yield a common benefit if proper logistics systems are applied.
Keywords: Risk management, flexibility, capacity, redundancy, standardization
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|MLA||Hollstein, Christian, and Frank Himpel. "Supply chain risk management." Logforum 9.1 (2013): 3.|
|APA||Christian Hollstein, Frank Himpel (2013). Supply chain risk management. Logforum 9 (1), 3.|
|ISO 690||HOLLSTEIN, Christian, HIMPEL, Frank. Supply chain risk management. Logforum, 2013, 9.1: 3.|