Working from home, employees may be wasting time and money mailing contracts to customers, sending samples to prospects or managing even routine shipments — while businesses quickly lose enterprise visibility. A cloud-based multi-carrier management solution can help maintain centralized control.
From cubicles to factory floors, cafes to clothing boutiques, businesses around the world are dreaming up creative ways to reopen, attempting to start revenue flowing again while minimizing the risk to customers and employees.
COVID-19 is about to put the global trading system through its most dramatic stress-test since World War II, with supply lines for essential food and medical goods entering a critical phase as the pandemic peaks in the U.S. and Europe.
Achieving success as a team leader calls for balancing multiple qualities, which can vary according to personality, generation, and company size and maturity, according to Hilary Grosskopf, founder of Awake Leadership Solutions.
The coronavirus pandemic is just the latest of an endless series of crises to hit companies around the world. And, like so many previous ones, it has exposed a serious lack of preparation by business leaders and supply chains.