During this webinar we intend to offer everyone interested an opportunity to reflect on how to best approach supply chain recovery and prepare for the future.
We will describe a scenario and provide some insights of what might work and not work in the coming months. We will also stress potential differences across industries and geographies.
The magnitude of the impact on supply chain and economic of the current disruption is still unknown but we can still pay attention to a few early warning signals. Being both prepared and conscious of the uncertainties will be an asset in the month to come.
With the interconnectedness of the global economy and the ongoing attention given to risks, many companies have developed and now start implementing their business continuity plans. This is a very systematic approach that will deployed along supply chains, but it needs the right mindset.
In the webinar we will complement the logic of business continuity plans with two perspectives
Prior to the webinar we will also run a short survey amongst participants, and we are open to receive your input prior and after the webinar
This webinar is designed for professionals interested in the topic and/or looking for and guidance on supply chain recovery.
Value Creation Observatory Director & Professor
Hervé blends the best of the academic and practitioner thinking to create a unique learning experience and engaging articles. He continuously looks at the trends that will shape the business world in the future. He believes that the competitive edge of companies will increasingly be co-created with suppliers as innovation needs to be seized outside.
Two sessions are planned on the same day, to allow participants from all over the world to join:
Duration of the presentation is 40’ followed by 20’ Q&A (60 minutes in total).
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08:00 Mexico City
11:00 Buenos Aires
11:00 São Paulo