Geopolitical disruptions are not new, but from a UK perspective Brexit has been one of the most significant.
Beginning in June 2016 with the referendum, the Brexit process has been drawn out over more than 4 years, during which time the uncertainty has remained extremely high. Many businesses have struggled to prepare for this highly uncertain event using a range of risk management strategies. Some have used a highly proactive approach to eliminate the supply chain risk altogether, while others have taken a more conservative wait and see approach. The question is what is the right approach?
This webinar will:
- Examine how geopolitical disruption can be mitigated using principles of supply chain management.
- Present findings from a study on supply chain risk strategies companies can use to manage the uncertainty arising from geopolitical disruptions like Brexit.
- Explain how professional institutions, like the CILT, can support supply chain businesses through geopolitical disruptions.