Supply Chain Management Based on House of Risk: A Case Study in a Peruvian Banana Company
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A risk can be described as a situation that can negatively affect the development of an activity and the people involved that. In this sense, risk management is used to achieve a reduction or elimination of risk. The objective of the investigation was to determine factors that caused the low value of crop yield in a Peruvian banana supply chain. The research applied House of Risk (HOR) model to determine risk event and associated causes. As a result, strategies were proposed to mitigate the occurrence of risks in the company.
KeywordsAgribusiness Supply Chain Supply Chain Risk Management House of risk HOR Risk management
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