Global businesses are starting to realize that normal isn’t normal anymore for supply chains. Between inflation, geopolitical issues and shipping bottlenecks, supply networks are adjusting to high levels of uncertainty and volatility.
These challenges present the opportunity to rethink supply chains, making them more resilient, sustainable and inclusive. Where should enterprises be investing, and what trends should they be monitoring in 2022?
Join GEP vice president of consulting John Piatek in a discussion with Jack Otter, global head of wealth and asset management for Barron’s Group, as they discuss the key trends and strategies that will drive supply chain success in a more uncertain age.
Key Discussion Points
- Why cost can’t be the only metric for supply chains
- The importance of regionalizing supply chains
- Why demand sensing and segmenting technology is a crucial investment