Two things to do now to avoid supply chain disruption later

FORBES | The COVID-19 pandemic has lifted the veil off of supply chains and shown that they aren’t soulless assembly lines of automatons that move things from here to there. They’re complex, connected and powered by people, and for every product shortage or plant closure caused by disruption to the supply chain, there are hundreds or thousands of workers whose livelihoods – and often their health – are at immediate risk. Plus, trillions lost in global revenue.

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