True supply chain resilience involves effectively managing risk and doing it better than your rivals. A supply chain’s resilience is measured by its capacity for resistance, recovery, ability to lessen the effects of disruptions, and speed of recovery. This is a vital part of ongoing planning for corporate executives since there will always be the next crisis on the horizon, even after the present one passes.
Companies frequently consider the practical advantages of boosting resilience as an organizational defense, such as lowering downtime, preventing productivity loss, protecting revenue, or maintaining supply continuity.
Resilience should also be viewed as an offensive tactic, boosting competitive advantage, and seizing opportunities to grow the business.
Tune into this webinar to hear from VP Interos Labs, Geraint John and guest speaker, Forrester Senior Analyst, Jeffrey Rajamani about leveraging resilience as a competitive advantage.