Deloitte's Melanie Rojas joins the show to discuss how systems can better handle a disruption like the pandemic.
Planning for disruption is not always at the top of any organization’s list, but this year’s novel coronavirus pandemic has brought the need for such planning into focus. Supply chain disruptions were a hallmark of the spring, even for firms contracting with the government and agencies themselves.
How can organizations shift away from leaner supply chains to something that is more equipped to handle a major disruption? Our guest today has written a report specifically on this topic. Melanie Rojas is Deloitte Consulting’s government and public services supply chain and network operations practice leader. She joined the show talk about how supply chain management can change in the wake of the pandemic for the better.