This IDC Perspective looks at the impact on, and implications for, the supply chain as consequence of global disruptions like the current coronavirus.
"It is time for supply chains to take a structured, proactive stance against risk. Whether the next disease outbreak, the next war, further trade conflicts, or climate change–related weather disruptions, your supply chain will be affected. Don't just work on alternative plans, though that is a good start; develop the structural capabilities to be a resilient supply chain," says Simon Ellis, program vice president for Supply Chain at IDC.
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