Effects of Supply Chain Risk Management on Organization Performance: Case of Andy Forwarders Services Limited

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Caroline Wanjiru Munyuko (2015)
  • Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, volume 5, issue 3 March, pages 380-403

The purpose of the research was to determine the effects of Supply chain risk management on organization performance. Previous studies have focused on risk management within the general context of an organization but little attention has been focused on how supply chain risk affect organization performance in terms of its bottom line profits and overall organization objectives. Particular attention was paid to the effects of supply chain risk management variables to the performance of the organization. Three main supply chain risk management variables were identified, namely, supply chain risk identification, supply chain risk sources and supply chain risk mitigation.
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