As the economy reboots in fits and starts, CEOs should expect plenty of supply chain volatility. Here's how you can prepare to better manage the chaos.
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CEOs should leverage cheap money to maintain human capital, important customers and crucial supply-chain links through the crisis, advisor says.
Businesses that have products that are fast to launch, easy to use and provide value quickly are already weathering the initial stages of the crisis.
CEOs should embrace digitization to stay competitive, build a new culture of collaboration and deliver true visibility and value across the end-to-end supply chain.
When CEOs partner with procurement, they can dramatically increase their business’s profitability while maintaining growth goals and reducing risk.
Sales & Operations Planning plays an essential role not just in tactical aspects of a company’s operation. As a strategic part of the company’s success, S&OP must be firmly ingrained in the company’s leadership and in its culture.
Few companies have a formal strategy in place for managing global supply chain risk in the years ahead. This is especially dangerous given the volatility and uncertainty in trade relations between the US and China.
For Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) CEO Bruce Johnson, the shift of healthcare reimbursement from volume to value is opportunity. In this environment, hospitals and other providers are looking to cut costs wherever they can.