The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly brought businesses new challenges and obstacles to overcome. In this series, we want to provide details from the front-lines and how listening early to the warning signs proved to be effective
Up until early 2020, work-life for many was routine and involved commuting into work, sending emails, face-to-face meetings, and catching up with colleagues and customers in person. But since the rapid COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, many organizations are leveraging new technologies to keep them moving forward.
Many supply chain companies have continued to struggle, while others can utilize this as an opportunity. Pandemics and global disruptions can disrupt, and obsolete weaker companies and industries lot faster than standard market economics. Keys to work through these types of disturbances including coronavirus, LA port strikes, Mexico earthquakes, flooding in Houston are following: