Optionality Mitigates Future Uncertainty
and Supply Chain Risk
Find out how capacity, geographic, and supplier optionality can reduce risk while increasing ROI.
What's in this White Paper?
Multimillion-dollar C-suite decisions used to involve a few dependable criteria; for example, lower construction and labor costs were sufficient reason to build a new plant offshore. Now, however, every decision is threatened by the potential for weather catastrophes, intellectual property theft, war, economic turmoil, and a multitude of other factors. In today’s world, optionality gives companies and leaders a sustainable strategy for mitigating future uncertainty and supply chain risk.
Still, a toss of the coin won’t work. What will work is understanding the power of capacity, geographic, and supplier optionality to clear the path to decisions that make sense across the entire plan-supply-make-move supply chain.