Building a Resilient Supply Chain
Be better prepared for the next disruption, disaster, or pandemic.
If there’s one thing all organizations learned from COVID-19, it’s that their global supply chains are both fragile and vulnerable.
Now is the perfect time for supply chain and procurement professionals to start looking at how they can be better prepared for the next disruption, disaster, or pandemic. Positioned at the forefront of this charge, these leaders can help their companies manage through times of uncertainty by taking five steps: manage the volatility, stabilize the supply chain, reduce supply chain risk, collaborate with other entities, and develop a viable future-proofing strategy.