You may feel cornered but there’s no way out.
Supply chains today have three concerns — building resilience, reducing costs and meeting ESG goals — and none of them can be deprioritized.
How can supply chain leaders manage these seemingly conflicting priorities without compromising on any of them?
A new paper by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services in association with GEP — Rethinking Supply Chains for Greater Efficiency, Resiliency, and Sustainability — looks at how enterprises can align these three goals and why they need not be mutually exclusive. The paper also talks about why collaboration and technology are imperative to navigating these challenges.
This white paper is essential reading for supply chain and procurement leaders who want to steer their organizations toward greater success and growth.