Much has been written about Covid-19 victims, how scientists raced to understand and treat the disease, and how governments did (or did not) protect their citizens. Less has been written about the pandemic’s impact on the global economy and how companies coped as the competitive environment was upended.
In this briefing, MIT CTL Director Prof. Yossi Sheffi will share his research having studied how businesses grappled with the chaos of the pandemic. He also explores what enterprises are likely to do to survive and thrive after the pandemic subsides.
This talk will cover some of the material in Prof. Sheffi's new book, The New (Ab)Normal: Reshaping Business and Supply Chain Strategy Beyond Covid-19.
Please note, the Supply Chain Exchange Virtual Series is open exclusively to Supply Chain Exchange members.