Arecent analysis found that 30% of medical facilities still struggle to obtain enough supplies with each new variant of the virus. Inadequate supplies coupled with inflation have shed even more light on the supply chain’s role in saving lives.
It’s no secret. Prices on everything have gone up and are going higher. What’s more, we can expect things to get worse — potentially much worse — before they get better. Rising costs are putting all types of industrial facilities in a bind.
If something doesn't bring you joy, popular wisdom advises to get rid of it. Yet, supply chain managers don't have that luxury. Everything in their inventories has a reason to be there. That means organizing is much more complicated than for the average homeowner, and much more important.
Online MBA Today (http://www.onlinembatoday.com/) has published a ranking of the 15 best online MBA programs in environmental sustainability (http://www.onlinembatoday.com/rankings/best-online-mba-environmental-sustainability/).