Managing Risk in the Construction Supply Chain

Supply chain risk factors in the construction industry include cost pressure, the need to digitalize and increasing demands to include environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors during planning and building.   

To manage all kinds of risks effectively, construction companies need a powerful supply chain risk management (SCRM) program. This enables effective operations, fueled by solid structures, digital technology and educated teams. But how can they get started?   

This framework guides users through four steps:   

  • Evaluate the status quo to determine risk maturity.  
  • Develop a supply chain risk management strategy.   
  • Introduce a best-in-class approach.  
  • Create and deliver long-term value to the company.   

Learn how to successfully introduce an SCRM program within your organization in the construction industry. Start moving toward greater supply chain resilience.  

Download our framework today!   

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