According to Accenture statistics, 94% of companies feel this phenomenon, of which 75% have already suffered from it, and as many as 54% have lowered their growth forecasts as a result of the period. So it can be spoiled that interrupted supply chains are like tsunamis that come after the fall of the earth and should not be underestimated.
In preparation for this column, I read the MIT articles whose results from logistics provide this situation around the middle of last year. Now, however, the most important thing is to know what it’s like.
Of course, there is no miracle cure, but there are actions that will definitely help:
To this list should be added: “do your thing”, and “plan for a good time”, but now use the Readers to send part of this section.
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