The Covid-19 lockdown has tested the robustness of supply chains when suppliers failed to deliver due to the shutdown of operations or logistical issues. There may be valuable lessons to learn from this experience, particularly because disruption is likely to persist for some time. To be prepared for new issues when businesses restart production, companies should reassess their supply chain’s resilience and make adjustments where appropriate.
As governments begin to relax Covid-19 lockdown rules, companies are working on plans to return operations back to normal while ensuring the safety of employees and clients.
Sudden geopolitical shifts such as changes in tariffs or the implementation of sanctions as well as terrorism are impacting global companies more than ever before, according to a recent survey. Multinational companies need to prepare for the impact this may have on their balance sheet and employees.
Criminals using personal and corporate data against companies for multiple coordinated attacks is increasingly giving rise to claims disputes between different insurers and policies.
Data modelling of emerging risks could facilitate product launches and improve safety levels – if we use the right information.
By Lynne Wood, Client Support Manager at Expert Logistics (ao.com)
Unless you’re able to connect with tomorrow’s buyer, your business success today may count for very little.
Broad stakeholder engagement and continuous learning are vital to minimising motor claims in the long term. By David Leyssens, Senior Vice President, Lockton