COVID-19 is slowly abating. What damage did it do to our global supply chains?
The smoke is just beginning to clear. Time to start assessing the condition of business and the economy. Time especially to extract lessons from the experience. How did we fare? Are we ready for the next big one? Answers to these and many more questions from Sarah K. Rathke, partner in the law firm of Squire Patton Boggs. She returns to the podcast one year later to examine the past, present and future of global supply chains. One unsettling realization to emerge from the experience of COVID-19: “Our forecasts are garbage.” Plus we need to beef up our domestic sourcing of vital supplies. So what have we learned from all this? Hosted by Bob Bowman, Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain.
A blog post from Sarah Rathke on the new American manufacturing policy.
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