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Thriving in 2022: Learning from Supply Chain Chaos
LMA Consulting Group

Thriving in 2022: Learning from Supply Chain Chaos

Lisa Anderson, manufacturing expert and president of LMA Consulting releases special report; available for download.

Manufacturing and supply chain expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., has released a special report, “Thriving in 2022: Learning from Supply Chain Chaos.” This special report includes supply chain insights and perspectives from Anderson, and 22 advisor experts who have walked side-by-side with clients during their supply chain upheavals. LMA Consulting Group works with manufacturers and distributors on strategy and end-to-end supply chain transformation to maximize the customer experience and enable profitable, scalable, dramatic business growth.

“Manufacturers and distributors struggled in 2020 and 2021 with supply chain disruptions. Supply chain risks were exposed and aggravated as our clients experienced extended lead times, stock-outs, and increased levels of demand and supply volatility. We learned a lot in 2021. One thing is for certain, supply chain volatility isn’t going away any time soon. So, it’s imperative manufacturers and distributors learn from 2021 and include the supply chain in strategic discussions and plans,” Anderson says.

The report centers on the effects of supply chain disruptions, what companies did to mitigate customer fallout, and what the experts see for 2022. “We tapped experts from many disciplines to get different perspectives. We included experts in finance, HR, and IT and from specialties such as data, environmental, social, governance (ESG), regulatory, and transportation. We also included global as well as national perspectives. Experts review some aha moments, opportunities and risks still pending with today’s supply chains, and strategies to succeed in 2022,” she adds.

Thriving in 2022: Learning from Supply Chain Chaos is available at no charge. “The supply chain is critical to the success of every company. We want to make sure that we make our findings available for anyone interested,” Anderson concludes.