The recent trend in increased nationalism may trigger significant economic policy adjustments, including re-negotiating or withdrawing from long-standing trade deals, new tariffs attempting to establish ‘fair and balanced’ trade, and the overhaul of tax codes. These changes could lead to complex shifts that will significantly affect current supply chains.
To mitigate the risks associated with this climate of uncertainty, many executives are now reassessing their global supply chain strategies from the bottom up, considering new models for:
Policy Readiness, Brought to You by Jabil and PwC
To help business leaders prepare their supply chains for the unexpected, Jabil’s Intelligent Digital Supply Chain (IDSC) group has partnered with PwC to provide a comprehensive supply chain assessment designed to uncover the impacts associated with various policy shifts. This rapid optimization assessment measures the resiliency of your current supply chain and prescribes resolution strategies for a variety of potential scenarios.
Using sophisticated segment benchmarking capabilities, a T3 Policy Readiness Assessment provides U.S. companies with:
This understanding significantly improves fact-based decision making, enables faster responses to changing environments, and dramatically enhances communications with stakeholders and partners.