Companies have always had to manage their supply chains in an environment where political/social risk exists. The current trade tensions between China and the USA is a good and contemporary example. Every company that does business in China or the USA faces increased uncertainty, the potential for higher costs and the possibility of disruption.
How companies are managing through this uncertainty, while still positioning themselves for growth and delivering customer happiness is not evident. Yet, companies around the world are seeking answers about how to win in this environment and are looking to their Digital Supply Chain to create advantages that could not have existed five years ago.