Lynette Schultheis, Operations Manager for FM Global Australia, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on supply chains and the importance of routinely evaluating contingency plans to be prepared for and to minimise damage from unexpected events.
Being resilient means preparing for everything—including infectious disease.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is disrupting organisations in ways not previously experienced or planned for. What can you do to protect your business?
Companies are increasingly vulnerable to indirect supply chain disruptions and need to factor this into their supply chain risk management.
Despite the increasing complexity of supply chain risk management, it seems executives in C-suites could do more to address the issue directly.
Across all industries, innovation—the ability to adapt to changing market circumstances and create a competitive advantage—is vital for business resilience. Innovation can take many forms. While the impact of these advancements could be significant, innovation can also bring risks.
Australia’s energy future is one of the most important issues facing our government and business leaders. Short-term attention has focused on the need to avoid blackouts, which in-turn has translated into pressure to continue to operate ageing assets...