Richard Kilgore, associate professor of management and business administration at Maryville University, describes the plight that automakers are currently facing, due to multiple causes of disruption in the supply chain.
Rebecca Jasper, director of global supply chain with Minnesota Rubber & Plastics, offers seven tips for companies struggling to survive in the current supply chain crisis, as well as looking to cope with future disruptions.
Global supply chains were clearly in trouble before COVID-19 arrived on the scene, but when it did, the weakness of our time-honored strategies for procurement, production and delivery became shockingly evident.
Jordan Strauss, managing director in the Forensic Investigations & Intelligence Practice of Kroll, LLC, details the major risks of corruption existing in supply chains today, and offers tips on addressing them.
Offshoring, nearshoring, and now "sureshoring": Brian Glick, chief executive officer of Chain.io, tells why global supply chains need to take a more complex and sophisticated approach to deciding where to source their products.
Duncan Jones, vice president and principal analyst with Forrester Research, Inc., shares insights from the firm’s recent research into efforts by global brands to achieve corporate social responsibility goals.