“Supply Chain Stress – How COVID-19 Impacts the Items You Buy”
COVID-19 is impacting the world’s supply chain in myriad ways. From “panic buying” causing shortages of toilet paper and hand sanitizer to meat packing companies dealing with labor shortages, the supply chain is under stress. Hear more on why this is happening and what can be done to mitigate future supply chain risk. What are companies learning? What should consumers know? Patrick Penfield, professor of supply chain practice, answered these questions and more.
This webinar was held on May 6, 2020. Check out a recording of the webinar to learn more about how COVID-19 impacts the items you buy.
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