Supply Chains

Why a focus on shareholders may be causing supply chain backups

A shopper looks at mostly-empty shelves at a supermarket in Harpenden, Britain, September 22, 2021. Image: REUTERS/Peter Cziborra/File Photo

John Letzing

Digital Editor, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum

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