Published: 12 April 2022
Global, country-agnostic supply chains are under tremendous pressure from labor, material or logistics constraints, nationalistic policies, and ESG concerns. Chief supply chain officers should reevaluate their network options using a framework of drivers, enablers and operating models.
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In a world still dealing with supply chain delays and capacity constraints emerging from the pandemic, hyperinflation and the ramifications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, organizations cannot simply go back to the supply chains of 2019.
We are in a new phase of globalization where companies have to reevaluate their priorities and map them to operating structures that span local, hybrid or global models.
Chief supply chain officers questioning cost-efficiency-focused models must:
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