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Using The Resilient Supply Chain Benchmark Tool

March 24, 2021

11:00 AM

Join us for a tutorial on the Resilient Supply Chain Benchmark interactive tool, developed by The Economist Intelligence Unit, and sponsored by ASCM.

Topic Areas

Risk Management, Sustainability, Resilience


The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how much we depend on supply chains for the fluid operation of our economy and welfare of society. How can organizations ensure they are better prepared to handle future disruptions?

The Resilient Supply Chain Benchmark assesses two equally important domains: operational supply chain resilience and strategic supply chain resilience. Corporate leaders concerned about the frequency and intensity of complex risk events can take a wider view of what industry peers are doing to assess their own resilience-building capabilities. Access the Report.


Sabu Mathai

Sabu Mathai

Sabu Mathai

Senior Consultant, The Economist Intelligence Unit Public Policy Practice

Sabu is a Senior Manager with The EIU’s Public Policy Practice based in Washington, DC, and the project lead for the Resilient Supply Chain Benchmark. Sabu’s research and advisory services cover supply chains, the global digital divide, technology and society, and international development. Before joining the EIU, Sabu led monitoring, evaluation, and applied research projects for clients including USAID, SBA, and CMS.

 Sabu holds a JD/MPP from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor’s degree in computer science from Arizona State University. He was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras.

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