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When a perceived Black Swan event occurs and there's not much of an impact to supply chains, what does it mean? To some, it means they shouldn't worry about such disasters, they'll be fine.
To others, it was the result of good planning and baking resiliency into supply chains. On the Spend Matters site, Wayne Caccamo explains why preparation is so necessary to mitigate the risks of such events. Read his article HERE.
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