Sixty percent of global consumers cite sustainability and social responsibility as essential considerations when choosing which products to buy. They look to their preferred food brands to make the best decisions, but are those companies looking out for their consumers’ best interest?
Suresh Acharya, professor of practice in the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, explains how the semiconductor supply chain works, why there’s a shortage of product, and what are the prospects for an early solution.
Thomas Goldsby, Professor & Haslam Chair in Logistics in the Supply Chain Management Department at the University of Tennessee, sketches a picture of how supply chains might be permanently changed by the pandemic, even as they adjust to its end.
A discussion about the implications of President Biden’s executive order on the review of critical supply chains with two experts from Kroll Inc.: Daniel Hartnett, associate managing director with the Compliance Risk and Diligence Practice, and Stacy Scott, managing director in the Cyber Risk Practice.