Despite all of our hopes for a post-COVID future, in 2022, the world did not return to normal. New disruptions slowed the recovery significantly and inflation created new complications. According to a 2022 report from Interos, supply chain interruptions have cost companies an average of $182 million in lost revenue this year.

Yet there is an upshot to these continuing challenges: By revealing the cracks in the global supply network—all at once—the past two years have spurred a period of tremendous change and transformation. This special report discusses the path forward. Specifically, it talks about how resiliency isn’t optional, organizations must act globally and locally, discusses technical innovations that build resilience, and points out key points related to ESG and embedding sustainability into the supply chain.

Lisa Anderson contributed expertise to the report.

Read the full report here.


Originally published on Warner Communications in February of 2023