Economic Risk poses the greatest threat to the global supply chain in the 3rd quarter of 2022, according to the new Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index.
The economy, transportation disruption and issues with suppliers pose the highest levels of risk in the new Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index.
Phillip Coles, Lehigh Business professor of practice talks about how disruptions in the supply chain will affect this holiday season.
According to the Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index for the fourth quarter, Transportation Disruption Risk has gone up over 10 points.
Transportation disruption risk, economic risk, and supplier risk are at the highest levels for any risk category since the Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index was launched more than a year ago. How concerned should we be?
Lehigh Business alumni Bert Trucksess '71 has provided $25,000 to fund research projects to the Center for Supply Chain Research at Lehigh.
The physical internet seeks to make moving freight around the world as seamless as moving data on the digital internet. What's the biggest challenge? Humans.
What impact does supply chain digitization have on a company's bottom line? Find out what the Center for Supply Chain Research at Lehigh and DiCentral discovered in a new research report.
Lehigh Center for Supply Chain Research lead the effort surveying 125 CEOs and CFOs to dive deeper into how physical and financial supply chains affect corporate performance.
Because the numbers and types of threats that can undermine a supply chain are now greater than ever, resilience has taken on even more significance in supply chain management.