Critical Issue Exchange: 
Third Party Risk Management

April 30, 2019
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona

ENGAGING discussion

 Our supply networks are becoming more complex. To maximize supplier relationships and minimize exposure to risk, organizations must raise their supplier risk management capabilities. 

Join the discussion:

  • Challenges of your supplier risk program
  • Scope of your risk program - supplier third parties, partners
  • Types of risk that you assess or monitor
  • Reporting and communications
  • Training
  • System and technology solutions
  • How risk is integrated into other programs or processes
  • Program effectiveness - ROI, QA, metrics

Member event

This event was designed for supply management professionals interested in exploring strategies and best practices for advancing supply chain risk management in their organization.

Attend free-of-charge but register early
these events have limited seating and are well attended. Secure your seat now. Registration closes on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, or when we've reached capacity.


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  • High value — the critical issue exchange is a highly rated event and is free of charge.
  • In-depth exploration of a critical topic — tackle this important issue from various angles and benefit from the expertise and experience of other supply management professionals.
  • Great networking — build important relationships with other professionals from global companies, many of whom share the same challenges and opportunities as you.
  • Interactive discussions — we facilitate a highly engaging dialogue and exchange among the attendees.  
  • No sales pitches — we keep our events completely sales- and consultant-free.

CAPS Research inspires leaders with profound discovery and executable strategies to shape the future of supply management. We are a non-profit organization sponsored by Fortune 500 member companies, Institute for Supply Management®, and the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

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