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Supply chains of today are long and complex. Number of supply chain partners of a firm range from hundreds to thousands. In times of quick delivery and customer responsiveness, can we afford to take a few days in fixing some default by our supply chain partner? Supply chain managers across the world are worried about the risks faced by their supply chains and huge losses incurred by their firms due to supply chain disruptions. In such a scenario, how can we build supply chains that are risk-free? When rest of the automobile industry was bleeding profits due to 2011 triple disaster in Japan, Nissan was doing fairly well. So, what are the best practices followed by world-class organizations that leverage their risk management capabilities to have competitive advantage. Learning Outcomes: -What are the risks faced by supply chains of today? -What are the best practices in handling these risks? -How to adjust existing supply chain practices to build risk-free supply chains? -How to leverage risk handling to gain competitive advantage? DATE - October 5th 2016 Time – 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Registeration Link- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfH_4jV3PseIYkZqUQGXr-eHmeHnakSzyx7CD-GC41csUXzWQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 Webinar Link-https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3282265787387479298 Speaker Profile: Shikha Aggarwal is Assistant Professor of Operations Management at School Of Inspired Leadership, Gurgaon. She completed her doctoral research at MDI Gurgaon in the area of Supply Chain Resilience. She has vast research experience including field interviews with experts across more than 50 organizations and development of modeling and measurement tools for supply chain practices; and has worked across a multitude of softwares. She has seven international publications to her credit which include a book chapter, conference proceedings, research paper in Thomson Reuters impact factor journal and teaching cases at leading case publishing houses like Harvard Business Publishing, Ivey Publishing etc. She has taken various guest lectures for people across different age groups and nationalities. Her teaching interests include supply chain management, operations strategy, research methodology etc.