The COVID-19 crisis has raised many questions about the future of supply chains: Should companies reshore their operations to reduce risk? Will the pandemic reverse the industry trend of lean inventories and just-in-time fulfillment? How can companies use technology to improve their supply chain resilience? More questions are likely to come as the pandemic unfolds.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Manufacturing Supply Chains

Featuring Simon Ellis of IDC discussing supply chain risk and resiliency and how companies are responding to supply disruptions.

Leading Edge Supply Chain with Grant Thornton’s 4 Pillars of the Pandemic Response & Resiliency

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Leading Edge Supply Chain with Grant Thornton’s 4 Pillars of the Pandemic Response & Resiliency

Strategies and tools for overcoming challenges and adjusting to new arrangements and expectations from employees and customers.

5 Supply Chain Lessons Learned from COVID-19

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5 Supply Chain Lessons Learned from COVID-19

Strategies and tools for overcoming challenges and adjusting to new arrangements and expectations from employees and customers.

Four Key Steps for Navigating Supply Chain Disruption

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Four Key Steps for Navigating Supply Chain Disruption

How can your organization mitigate risk during a crisis? This blog from Infor outlines four steps that manufacturers should consider.

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Please note that these are intended as a helpful reference point and this is not legal advice. We still recommend consulting with your appropriate regulators and key stakeholders, including legal counsel, before deciding on how to best proceed with your company’s operations. These are simply “examples of what others are doing” not guidance from the MLC and NAM.