Shortages of consumer and healthcare goods during the onset of the pandemic illustrated the perils of relying solely on efficiency to drive supply chains. In a 1Q20 survey, only two in 10 executives described their organizations’ networks as “highly resilient.”
COVID-19 may have been the wake-up call, but many other national or global disruptors, including climate change, natural disasters and trade tensions, loom on the horizon.
In this exclusive article, Gartner analysts review these key insights on building a more resilient supply chain:
- Framework to help supply chain leaders navigate pathways to resilience
- Six strategies for supply chain resilience
- Mitigation actions taken to improve supply chain resilience