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Risk Analysis and Management


Risk analysis and management are techniques applied to ensure that contracts are successful. By adopting a ‘what-if’ mind-set it allows procurement to identify and assess the risks and prioritises them by aligning relevant resources to monitor, control and minimise or overcome the impact.CIPS Risk Tools

 

Use CIPS risk tools to help identify, evaluate and manage these potential and actual risks that can impact an organisation and its supply chain, to help you to implementstrategies to mitigate and manage those risks.

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5 Step Approach To Risk Management

Infographic: 5 Step Approach To Risk Management

 

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