Building, Not Breaking, the Supply-Chain Backbone
Supply chains are having a moment. It took a major transformative event to highlight the importance and fragility of the global and interdependent supply-chain network.
Like the domino theory in politics, disruptions in supply chains have a ripple effect, with often devastating consequences to how goods and products are sourced, manufactured and delivered to a worldwide consumer base.
The dominos started to tumble when a perfect storm hit the world. Stressors were placed on supply chains, forcing many manufacturers to scramble to keep up with demand as supply networks collapsed.