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Mapping Dependencies and Minimize Risk for Your Organization During Coronavirus

With the dramatic disruption of global supply chains, it’s anyone’s guess when we’ll experience a return to normalcy. Presently, our focus on public health and welfare is paramount. But at the same time organizations need dedicated approaches to creating more resilient supply chains, which will be essential not only to their own survival, but to the global economy in the long run.

In this article for Inbound Logistics, Bob Sibik, Senior Vice President and Co-Founder of Fusion Risk Management, discusses global implications and steps for minimizing risks to protect operations and ensure continuity of services or products to customers.

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