Coronavirus: Vendor Risk and Supply Chain Disruption

Work from home. Avoid public transportation. DRJ Spring 2020, cancelled for the first time in 33 years. Are you able to communicate with your critical vendors right now?

While the BCM professional is actively responding to the pandemic, who is watching the supply chain? This is what you have prepared for. Now that you face an unprecedented event, take a moment to gain insight into vendor risk and supply chain disruption, and confirm that you, as the BC professional responsible for ensuring the resilience of the organization, are asking the right questions of your vendors today. 

 

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