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A supply chain view of the resilient enterprise

@article{Rice2005ASC,
  title={A supply chain view of the resilient enterprise},
  author={James B. Rice and Yossi Sheffi},
  journal={MIT Sloan Management Review},
  year={2005},
  volume={47},
  pages={41-48}
}
Many companies leave risk management and business continuity to security professionals, business continuity planners or insurance professionals. However, the authors argue, building a resilient enterprise should be a strategic initiative that changes the way a company operates and increases its competitiveness. Reducing vulnerability means both reducing the likelihood of a disruption and increasing resilience. Resilience, in turn, can be achieved by either creating redundancy or increasing… Expand
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