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Top PI Blog Posts Countdown No. 1: Managing Supply Chain Risk (The Nokia and Ericsson Case Study)

November 5, 2012


Editor’s Note: I have now hit 1,000 Procurement Insights blog posts.  Over the past week, and leading up to this milestone,  I have been sharing with you the top 5 posts in terms of overall reads. Today’s submission, which ranked number 1 with 14,649 reads, was written on May 18th, 2011.  It is amazing to […]

24/7 Wall Street has predicted the demise of the Nokia brand in 2012 . . . if it’s true then one might ask if effective supply chain risk management actually matters

November 25, 2011


I have to tell you that predicting Nokia’s demise may be a little off the mark… they have a solid manufacturing infrastructure and excellent risk management principles in place that have in the past led to increased customer satisfaction and revenues. Here is a reference article citing an amazing example of how proper planning results […]

Managing Supply Chain Risk: The Nokia and Ericsson Case Study by Jon Hansen

May 18, 2011


Everywhere you look whether in the blogs, or social networking groups or for that matter even the more traditional media streams, the term supply chain risk pops up with increasing frequency. Of course catastrophic events such as the recent earthquake in Japan have a way of igniting widespread interest if only for the time that […]