Thomas A. Lawson
You don't have to involve yourself in the minutiae of loss prevention, but not having a climate-loss-prevention strategy could sink your company's long-term prospects.
What companies do today will make or break their resilience in the face of the next natural disaster that threatens their survival.
When your supply chain breaks, you lose revenue, market share, shareholder value and the integrity of the brand – damage against which you cannot insure. Given such financial stakes, here are 9 criteria you should consider to make your supply chain resilient.
Disaster planning typically only makes the top-five list after something has happened. Knowing our predispositions, though, may help us correct them.