Browsing All posts tagged under »COVID-19«

Covid Truths or Myths: The longer the chain, the weaker its links?

March 30, 2020


Every Monday morning, I invite you to share your opinion regarding some of the more interesting and thought-provoking stories from the past week on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting procurement and global supply chains. This Week: Defence Production Act, protectionism, remote working, supplier decline.

Collaborative Force: How Digital Technology Can Better Facilitate Supplier Identification & Engagement (WEBINAR)

March 25, 2020


With shutdowns today and predictions of upstream suppliers no longer in business once we are past the crisis, what do companies do to maintain and rebuild their supply chains - including identifying new sources of supply?

Can you do your job as efficiently from home as you could in a “traditional” office environment?

March 17, 2020


Before the #covid19outbreak HBR reported that 30% of organizations had in place a work-from-home initiative or program. With the current efforts to flatten the curve regarding the virus infection rate in which the number of employees working from home has increased exponentially what will happen after this crisis has passed? By how much will that 30% grow?

Supply chain comorbidity: Are we doing enough to manage the COVID-19 aftershocks?

March 14, 2020


What do we need to do to ensure the continuous and reliable supply of needed medicines? As procurement professionals, WE have to provide the answers - do we have them?