In this episode of Supply Chain Chats, Lisa Anderson talks about impacts of supply chain disruptions and global unrest on inflation, recession, volatility, and opportunity. She uses the price of plastic as an example of the continuing impact from the Russia-Ukraine war and discusses China’s Zero-COVID policies impact on inflation and recession. Additionally, Lisa addresses the workforce quandary of the fact that the workforce has one million fewer people since pre-COVID yet the Fed is raising interest rates to increase unemployment, and what this means for manufacturers and distributors. Given all these issues, she concludes with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for businesses to take a lead position for decades to come.