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Supply Chain Disruption

The headline from this article really caught my eye -“Hyundai Motor replaces China chief after supply disruption.” That is quite a headline. Perhaps a seminal moment for those of us in procurement and supply chain. It’s the first time that I’ve seen an executive terminated explicitly because of a supply chain disruption from a single supplier.     I work with enterprises of all shapes and sizes and am often confronted with the challenge of building a business case for further investment in supply chain risk. Notably, this challenge doesn’t usually surface......

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