REI

RISK EXPOSURE INDEX™ (REI)

RISK EXPOSURE INDEX (REI) TRANSFORMS THE WAY COMPANIES PRIORITIZE RISK

REI is a method developed by MIT professor David Simchi-Levi to manage unpredictable supply chain disruptions. This method helps prioritize the financial impact of risk through the Risk Exposure Index (REI), enabling companies to focus mitigation efforts on the most important suppliers and risk areas.

The method was implemented successfully at Ford Motor Company as detailed in Harvard Business Review, From Superstorms to Factory Fires: Managing Unpredictable Supply-Chain Disruptions.

REI METHODOLOGY IMPLEMENTED AT FORD MOTOR COMPANY

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FORD’S NEW APPROACH TO SUPPLIER RISK MANAGEMENT – VIDEOCAST

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REI METHODOLOGY BEGINNING TO INFLUENCE BEYOND SUPPLY CHAIN WORLD – UNISDR

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For more information on the Risk Exposure Index, please contact Leslie Sheppard, Chief Strategy Officer, MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation.

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