How do you manage supply chain risk effectively in a world of constant disruption?
How do you manage supply chain risk effectively in a world of constant disruption? Varying approaches are emerging to allow room to manoeuvre in a system that had become efficient to a fault.
What has become clear, as we emerge with battle scars from this extremely challenging period in history, is that the world is becoming even more unpredictable than ever before.
Geopolitical analysts debate whether we are seeing the emergence of a new, more polarised, world order and the end of globalisation as we once knew it.
And yet the world remains highly interconnected, so disturbances in one region cripple entire value chains and impede production in places that, at first glance, appear to be entirely disconnected from the source event.
In this special report, we consider the ways in which risk and supply chain managers are seeking to build more resilience into their value chains as just-in-time is replaced with ’just-in-case’.