In light of the covid-19 outbreak, companies are re-examining their supply chain risks and are in search of information and guidance to support efforts to improve resilience.
The Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by ASCM, has developed a benchmark that assesses both the prevalence of modern supply chain resilience-building capabilities and how resilient companies have been over time.
The Resilient Supply Chain Benchmark assesses the performance of 308 publicly listed US companies in three sectors (consumer electronics, pharmaceuticals and retail) across two equally important domains: operational supply chain resilience and strategic supply chain resilience.
The report “The Resilient Supply Chain Benchmark: Ready for Anything? Turbulence and the Resilience Imperative” presents findings on how 308 publicly-listed retail, pharmaceutical and consumer electronics companies have adopted resilience-building capabilities to manage real-time and longer-term risks.