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 changeresiliency
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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Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) Africa
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