An affiliation is often referred to as a person, organization or establishment associated with another as a subordinate, subsidiary or member. An affiliation can be a social or business relationship and is essentially the act of being formally connected or joined. Examples of affiliations in the business environment include sourcing partners, vendor relationships and alliances.
Topics: risk assessment, supply chain, purchasing & accounts payable, vendor management, performance management/measurement, KL Tools, inventory and materials management, outsourcing/co-sourcing/shared services
What Is Channel Effectiveness Risk?
Channel effectiveness risk is the risk that poorly performing or positioned supply chains or distribution channels may threaten a firm's capacity to effectively and efficiently interact with suppliers and inhibits the ability to access current and potential customers and end users.
This extensive list of questions can be asked during an interview for an inventory audit.
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