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Scenario planning for future disruptions

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2021

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The Covid-19 global pandemic highlights the importance of business continuity planning for current and future operational disruptions. Good continuity management learnings – robust planning and honest supply chain de-risk assessments – help businesses better adapt when the next event arrives.

 

  • Covid-19 has exposed many companies’ supply change resilience and weaknesses in business continuity management
  • The pandemic has added to existing climate, reputational and compliance pressures to rethink increasingly complex supply chains
  • Scenario-based continuity planning critically examines the company’s own set-up and supply change resiliency
  • Increased resilience of supply chains will help with insurability of supply chain exposures and help businesses react faster to market trends

 

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