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Supply chain disruption


Supply Chain Ecosystem Services 2023 Vendor Assessment

State of supply chains

Resilient supply chain: Managing disruption

Risks and challenges

Resiliency in the making

Turning adversity into advantage for engineering, supply, production and operations.

Supply chain challenges

Supply chains lack global resilience. They break down during multi-country disruptions.

Supply chains and operations are becoming more costly. They often represent a company’s highest costs.

Supply chains and operations are not as sustainable as stakeholders want them to be.

Talent gaps expose continued high dependency on the human workforce.

Inflexibility makes it hard to meet customer demands for personalization and customization.

IT systems continue to be expensive to run. They’re also inflexible and often over-reliant on legacy technologies.

How to respond to disruption

The continuous cycle can help optimize results and mitigate risks

Supply chain planning

Supply chain logistics

Service expansion decides the winners in logistics

Distinguish logistics winners of the future.

Supply chain procurement

Fast-track to future-ready procurement

CPOs can accelerate their to journey to future readiness

Procurement for the future

Stay the course - Plan for disruptions that may last for several months or longer, and unfold globally, regionally or locally.

Learn and evolve - Use artificial intelligence to uncover and understand previously hidden weaknesses. Adopt a mindset of continuous innovation.

Be a force for good - Reshape the organization to combine greater resilience and responsibility. Help both the business and society come through stronger.


Championing industry & the future supply chain

7 capabilities to build industry and the future supply chain

Repurposed supply chains

Manufacturers must take a hard look at existing operating models to build in more transparency and intelligence. Both are key to reshaping themselves into digitally enabled, resilient, and agile organizations.

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