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SPoF – Infrastructure change accelerates the demise of the combustion engine. Supplier risk|opportunity increases

Combustion engine suppliers buckle up!  The auto industry value chain continues to morph.   Here’s an example where Norway’s policy and infrastructure change results in a further shift of the automotive supplier’s supply chains.  For providers servicing the industry, it presents both a liquidity and operational challenge and they may be forced to carry parallel inventories of potentially obsolete supply for an extended period of time.

Factors, such as  EU emissions regulation,  will further accelerate this risk and opportunity.

#spof #disruption #resilience #supplierrisk #automotive #insurance #management #sourcing

The country where a luxury Tesla has become the budget option

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/01/30/norway-where-the-electric-tesla-has-become-the-budget-option.html

By Gary S Lynch

I am the Founder and CEO of The Risk Project, LLC a risk, uncertainty and opportunity advisory firm. As a management consultant, business developer and market analyst at Booz Allen Hamilton, Gartner Group and Marsh, I was responsible for defining market strategy, commericalizing capabilities, and developing businesses. I've helped dozens of organizations create new revenue streams. I've also held the position of Risk Executive, CISO and Global Leader - Office of Business Continuity at JPMorganChase, Prudential and Prudential Securities.

Throughout my career I worked with senior leadership from startups, academia and government agencies to life sciences, hi-tech and financial institutions. I was a founding member of the US Dept of Commerce's Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness, Advisor to the WEF Global Risk Network and Sr. Research Fellow at the RH Smith School of Business, University of Maryland.

I've authored three business risk books and been a featured at the WEF, APEC, WCO, NIST, NACD, AIAG, RIMS, MIT CTL, Robert H. Smith School and the Desautels School of Management/McGill University.

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