Did you know that Norway is the country most resilient to supply chain disruption? That Venezuela is one of the least resilient? That the U.S. is the third most resilient to supply chain disruption?
The FM Global Resilience Index is the first data-driven tool and repository that ranks the business resilience of 130 countries. It is designed to help executives evaluate and manage supply chain risk. Nine key drivers of supply chain risk are grouped into three categories: economic, risk quality and supply chain factors. These combine to form the composite index. Scores are bound on a scale of 0 to 100 with 0 representing the lowest resilience and 100 being the highest resilience.
The Russian Federation, for instance, ranks 68 with a score of 44.1.
Supply chain factors include control of corruption, infrastructure and local supplier quality.
Economic factors include GDP per capita, political risk and oil intensity.
Risk quality factors include exposure to natural hazard, quality of natural hazard risk management and quality of fire risk management.
Users can navigate the index by clicking on the graphics and factors below. Useful country tables, sortable by resilience factors and drivers, are available as well.
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