Supply Chain Management

Disruptions due to COVID-19 have put supply chains front and center in the minds of business leaders. Suddenly, everyone is asking, how reliable is our supply chain? And what do we need to do to shore it up?

COVID-19 has been responsible for many shortages this past year. You now can add to that growing list 34 flavors from Ralph's Italian Ices. The factory doesn't have enough workers to make the popular flavors.

While the worst is over for the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, Professor of Supply Chain Management Dale Rogers says that more preparation and alternative modes of supply chain are needed to ward off future attacks.

Do you want to change the color of your house or eat chicken? Unfortunately, shortages have been making paint and poultry hard to find. These shortages could end up affecting you for months to years.

Supply chain expert explains how ransomware attacks will continue to increase, therefore straining supply chains.