About this event
- 14:00 - 17:00
- nader te bepalen
- €15,00 excl. vat
- Membership price
- €10,00 excl. vat
Managing risks is without doubt one of the top priorities of organizations. It has been shown, that most risk that lead to disruptions in supply, originate from the first tier supplier. Hence, purchasing plays an important role in managing risks and building resilience in your supply chain and operations.
Nevi and University of Groningen (RUG) would like to create an interest group on risk management in and by purchasing. The idea is to identify and explore possible common problems across organizations, to share experiences and create new knowledge and insights regarding these problems by, for example, doing research. Common themes might for example relate to (but are of course not limited to) causes for disruptions such as supplier bankruptcy or the Corona Virus; consequences of a disruption such as shortages in raw material; origins of a disruption such as a first or second tier supplier or the market; or measures to take be better prepared for a disruption and reduce its impact.
We would like to invite you for the first brainstorming session for this interest group. In this meeting, we strive to identify such ‘problem themes’ and explore options for solution generation. Doing research and investigating some of the problems in-depth and across organizations could be one way to gain insights. We will explain more of about this option in the meeting as well.
Are you a (Senior) Supply Chain or a Purchasing Manager in the private sector? We would like to invite you to sign up for one of the three sessions below. The content of the sessions is exactly the same, the only difference is that they are located in different parts of the country; Arnhem (October 16th), Groningen (October 21st) and Amsterdam (October 23rd). The dates were cancelled due to the Corona virus, new dates will be announced soon.
Please sign up via the 'Inschrijven voor dit Evenement' button. We would like to ask you to also send an email to email@example.com, to sign up for the location of your choice. Additionally, Nevi will facilitate this interest group by creating a online Community. In case of any questions, please do not hesitate to send an e-mail to Kirstin Scholten (firstname.lastname@example.org) or email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you and exploring risks management in and by purchasing together with you!
Dr. Kirstin Scholten and Prof. dr. Manda Broekhuis
Department of Operations, University of Groningen