For Resilient Supply Chains, Think Local
Pandemics aren’t the only threat to global supply chains. To survive disruption, companies need to include suppliers that are close to their customers.Read the article
5 Supply Chain Truths for a Post-COVID-19 World
The long, lean, and low-cost global supply chains that dominated the past 30 years will never be the same again. New rules that put a priority on risk are emerging.Read the article
What is a sustainable supply chain?
A sustainable supply chain is one that fully integrates ethical and environmentally responsible practices into a competitive and successful model. End-to-end supply chain transparency is critical; sustainability initiatives must extend from raw materials sourcing, to last-mile logistics, and even to product returns and recycling processes.
What is a resilient supply chain?
A resilient supply chain is defined by its capacity for resistance and recovery. That means having the capability to resist or even avoid the impact of a supply chain disruption – and the ability to quickly recover from a disruption.
Winning the Race to Vaccinate the World
The world has learned a lesson or two over the past year about the vulnerability of supply chains. Anyone who has experienced a delay in the delivery of an urgently needed product – and that’s most of us – understands the potential impact to people and society.