Sudden economic, geopolitical, environmental, social and competitive twists and turns can leave some organizations floundering, while some take the opportunity to accelerate into a leading position. Supply chain leaders responsible for logistics strategy and operations must start pushing their teams now to make sure they are prepared, know how to implement plans, make course corrections and are ready to accelerate out of each turn. Focus on these three vital areas:
- Strategy — Prepare to act confidently amid uncertainty
- Cost — Focus on value and cost optimization
- Talent — Hire disruptors to create a customer-centric logistics
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