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Gartner’s Disruption Management Survey Reveals What Differentiates Fit From Fragile Supply Chains

Summary

CSCOs can use results from this Gartner survey to uncover the key differentiators between fit and fragile companies in the wake of high-impact events. The most fragile focus on short-term survival, while the fittest see disruptions as inflection points to improve the value that supply chain provides to the business.

Published: 16 March 2021

ID: G00726709

Analyst(s): Simon Bailey Jennifer Loveland Geraint John

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