What happens to innovation: is a crisis fostering or hindering innovation?
What about resilience and risk: did risk management fail to predict a mega crisis? What should change in the future to create more resilient supply chain organizations?
How can companies recover and grow if cash is missing?
This in-depth briefing will cover what to expect from continuing supply chain risks, including increasing regulations, risk convergence, and risk evolution. Plus, a look at other challenges on the horizon, including shifts in trade policy that may contribute to further disruptions, the influence of consumer behavior and automation, and lingering Covid-related impacts. It also discusses a new organizational approach to supply chain risk, which suggests key future areas on which to focus, such as the need for end-to-end risk assessments, heightened verification, and new ways to communicate more efficiently throughout the supply chain
Best practices for capturing end-to-end quality data in the cloud
A set of action items to optimize your own supply chain
Business case studies showing proven methods to save costs and reduce waste
To manage today’s complexities, current systems are forcing functional groups to resolve problems with outdated processes and approaches. This leads to poor product mix, lower margins, higher buffer inventories, unnecessary premium freight, low productivity and sub-optimal optimization.