In the face of an emergency or crisis, you should rely on response-and-recovery playbooks your enterprise has always used. However, these are shown to be increasingly:
- Inflexible in the face of unanticipated circumstances
- Unable to retask resources according to dynamic demands
- Based on assumptions that limit effectiveness
- Disassociated with the real solutions teams seek
The following report reveals how the underlying enterprise structure and crisis models of supply chain systems have largely remained unchanged since the 1990s despite major advances in cloud architectures and artificial intelligence.
Cognitive Automation is a new model that is being brought into play, and you can read about it in-depth in the following report.
This report covers:
- Rethinking the traditional response-and-recovery models
- Why most companies’ strategic crisis response plans are challenging
- How to build a supply chain based on questions, not predefined answers
- Developing and applying the skills of agility
Get your copy of this report today and then contact us to discuss the next steps your business can take to secure your supply chain.