New technologies enable decision makers to test scenarios before execution.
The pace of disruption is growing to a level which many organizations have never before experienced. This comes at a time when long supply chains and speed and cost pressures have made it more difficult to respond to unforeseen events like natural disasters, trade wars, or a pandemic.
Many organizations are now making supply chain resiliency a critical part of business continuity. With new technologies and the practice of continuous design, organizations can reduce risk, improve resilience, and turn supply chain challenges into a competitive advantage.