Supply chains are changing due to disruptions from the outside-in, making them the new normal. These interruptions can lead to innovation and new opportunities, and this e-book highlights where to focus to become a more flexible and resilient supply chain that can survive and thrive through changes.
Thomas O’Connor, senior director analyst with Gartner, relates the lessons that manufacturers and retailers can learn from China, which is just now emerging from lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ron Leibman, head of the transportation, logistics and supply chain management practice at McCarter & English LLP, outlines some the legal issues and complications that are likely to arise as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
While traditional higher education will remain a valuable asset, we are witnessing the death of our post-World War II, post-Industrial Revolution economy, where workers earned a steady paycheck for 40 years with a corporate entity, then retired comfortably at 65 with few or no hiccups.