The Disruptive Impact of COVID-19 On Supply Chains

Organizations typically operate their global supply chains based on fairly predictable and highly probable situations. When an unpredictable and highly improbable situation arises, supply chains will be disrupted. During disruptive events like COVID-19, the displacement of international transportation resources, the negative capacity cushions of manufacturers, and the demise of small deep tier suppliers were evident – but what exactly does this mean for the supply chain? In addition, the severe shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) and ventilators has placed supply chain disruption front and center within the global landscape.

In this webinar, Professor Scott will discuss the supply chain’s susceptibility to risk and describe several ways in which typical supply chain processes were disrupted by COVID-19. He will also identify important investment options that organizations can pursue in their quest for supply chain recovery and resilience.

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