Making your supply chains more resilient is a priority as you look to the future in light of COVID-19 impacts and ongoing geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe. We’re seeing a once-in-a-generation restructuring of supply chains, pivoting away from previous approaches to supply chain optimization.
While optimizing supply chains for cost has been the conventional wisdom, this approach can create supply chains that can prove sub-optimal in terms of risk.
In this insight, we offer a four-step process to make the most of the opportunities generated by continued disruption to create resilient and risk-optimized supply chains.
For more insight and practical tools on how you can optimize your supply chain, get in touch.