Published: 28 February 2022
The current Russian invasion of Ukraine brings with it both localized supply chain challenges and global impacts such as inflationary pressure and supply issues with raw materials and finished goods. CSCOs can use this podcast to help manage the risks and potential impacts to their operations.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: The situation in Russia and Ukraine is evolving. We may be required to modify the context and language used in this podcast.
In Conversation with Koray Kose, Senior Director Analyst, Gartner (16:38)
In this special podcast, host Thomas O’Connor is joined by guest, Koray Kose, to discuss the possible impacts that the Russian invasion of Ukraine could have on global supply chains.
Organizations should expect to face significant supply chain issues — including key material shortages, material cost increases, production capacity impacts, demand volatility, capacity constraints and cybersecurity breaches. To mitigate these issues, organizations can immediately start creating first-tier visibility into existing supply networks. They can continue to commit and secure product supply volumes for the most fragile supply chains and increase resilience by deploying strategic redundancies.
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Supply Chain Research Team