Methodology in the scientific sense is “a system of broad principles or rules from which specific methods or procedures may be derived to interpret or solve different problems within the scope of a particular discipline. Unlike an algorithm, a methodology is not a formula but a set of practices.”1

In the supply chain security world, methodology is our style, our manner, our processes, and our practices of how we integrate or interject security into the very fabric of the business or organization. Security must be assimilated into the culture of the company. It must be as much of the day-to-day routine as doing e-mails, writing reports, and performing our daily assignments and tasks. How we get there ...

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