Supply Chains

Supply chain resilience: How are pandemic-related disruptions reshaping managerial thinking?

Lessons on supply chain disruptions from the frontlines of COVID-19 Image: Photo by Petrebels on Unsplash

Alan McKinnon
Professor of Logistics, Kühne Logistics University
Tanja Kueppers
COO DHL Supply Chain Europe, Middle East and Africa, Deutsche Post DHL Group
Maria Basso
Platform Curator, Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains, World Economic Forum
Marina Colombo
Industry Lead - Energy, Materials Infrastructure Platform, World Economic Forum
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