The Future of the Supply Chain - Post COVID19
An interesting thought: “The human dimension is back, and it will play a prime role in rebalancing the global supply chain”
I’m curious about the notion that even in today’s high-tech and automated world, the human asset is the most important factor for a business to be successful.
So, if Australia is to be repositioned as a regional hub to address disruption in the global supply chain, what “human dimension” is required? Do we focus on local logistics, manufacturing, testing, procurement of product supply? What do you think?