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Supply Chain Complexity Expands Risk

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Tom Murphy
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Re: Risk terminologies
Tom Murphy   6/12/2013 4:59:59 PM
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Thanks for that link, Hailey. Interesting book. I especially enjoyed the brief discussion of the proper way to plan for unplanned risks. 

Hailey Lynne McKeefry
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Re: Risk terminologies
Hailey Lynne McKeefry   6/11/2013 7:58:33 PM
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Sometimes the best way to approach a big problem is a little bit at a time. I came across a useful little offering called Little booklet of Risk Management Terminologies. I liked this because it brought it down to the basics adn seemed quite comprehensive.

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Knowing the Problem
Tom Murphy   6/11/2013 7:10:02 PM
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Combined with Gerry Fay's post today, I'm getting the feeling that companies have a whole lot more risk planning to do.



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