I really don't know if the corruption in supply chain is different from what we experience in other aspects of life.What are the best practices to get rid of corruption in Supply chain operation in long run?
Corruption is one of the grave threat to the any economy, corruption is not only practiced in Logistic and supply chain management but it is omnipresent it is present everywhere, mostly in public sector as Kayjsharp said, and almost every government officer is involved in it, and hence expecting any positive and strict action from government is next to impossible it is us who have to fight back for it and try and stop it, and the journey would surely begin from step 1 i.e, from ourselves, stop self first in supporting corruption and than you can try to stopping others from doing that.What are the best practices to get rid of corruption in Supply chain operation in long run?
Yeah, Correctly said, continuous monitor for such activities should be there and any one found guilty should be severely punished.Corruption is weakening the roots of any business and it must be stopped whether it is public or private sector. People must be continuously monitored and punished for such activities.
I agree. Particularly in the Philippines (it really is such a shame).Sadly in some parts of the World it is almost an accepted practice. Like an unoffical tax!
Probably one of the most true statements on this thread. I feel like the punishment is simply not great enough to stop the corruption.Corruption is weakening the roots of any business and it must be stopped whether it is public or private sector. People must be continuously monitored and punished for such activities.
I'm not sure I understand, could you explain?If you want to stop corruption you have to put into place measures that will be applied to close loops that lead to corruption. There should be strong deterrents to taking bribes or granting undue favors.
Once you set a few examples of the corrupt being punished, corruption will start going down.
That unannounced shifting of custodians or gatekeepers is not that easy because you might be stepping on the labor law - unfair labor practices. I guess the CCTV is effective in deterring corruption because the staff would think twice. However, it is not foolproof since the staff has a mastery of the surrounding. But I agree to the CCTV for now because we get zero crime rate, so to speak, when we had installed some units in the warehouse.can be prevented with proper monitoring, from incoming, outgoing, stock inventory, can be done also using multiple warehouse checker
auditors and even unannounced shifting of gatekeepers and CCTV viewer (Hidef CCTV will help)
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