The Black Swan Is Dead—What’s Next for Supply Chain Resilience?

June 28, 2021
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Supply chain disruptions are no longer rare or unpredictable. Which means not knowing isn’t an option anymore.

This change has created a new business imperative—operational resilience: the ability of an organization to continue providing products or services in the face of supply chain events or “shocks.”

In this fireside chat, Interos founder and CEO Jennifer Bisceglie, along with Johnathan Eaton, Principal, Supply Chain Practice Leader at Grant Thornton, discuss this shift and lay out the fundamental actions organizations need to take, including:

    1. Shifting standard business behavior from response to prevention
    2. Making managing risk an organization-wide job
    3. Learning to manage risk beyond the walls of their companies

They also delve into the forward-looking tools that can enable organizations to successfully map, monitor, and model their supply chains.

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