Preparing Supply Chains for Geopolitical Disruptions: What can we Learn from Brexit?
26th March 2021
10:00 - 11:00
Geopolitical disruptions are not new, but from a UK perspective Brexit has been one of the most significant.
Beginning in June 2016 with the referendum, the Brexit process has been drawn out over more than 4 years, during which time the uncertainty has remained extremely high. Many businesses have struggled to prepare for this highly uncertain event using a range of risk management strategies. Some have used a highly proactive approach to eliminate the supply chain risk altogether, while others have taken a more conservative wait and see approach. The question is what is the right approach?
This webinar will:
- Examine how geopolitical disruption can be mitigated using principles of supply chain management.
- Present findings from a study on supply chain risk strategies companies can use to manage the uncertainty arising from geopolitical disruptions like Brexit.
- Explain how professional institutions, like the CILT, can support supply chain businesses through geopolitical disruptions.
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Supply Chain Resilience: Lessons from 2020
29th January 2021
2020 was one of the most challenging years in the past few decades with the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting all supply chains. Many businesses have had to change their operations at short notice and found new ways of working. New business models emerged to meet customer demand, which changed significantly amid lockdowns across the world.
Supply Chain Technologies & Supply Chain 4.0
27th July 2020
This webinar looked at how contemporary supply chains are changing post Covid-19 and post Brexit, as both increase business risk and disrupt business continuity.