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LinkedIn Influencer
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June 19, 2020

COVID-19’s lockdowns have required people to replace much of the in-person communication they conducted at work -- as well as with customers and suppliers -- with virtual meetings on platforms such as Zoom, Teams, and Hangout. When the coronavirus crisis subsides, will people return to physical meeting places or cling to the virtual equivalents they have become familiar with?

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ICIS
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June 11, 2020

Speculations that US companies will cut China out by reshoring supply chains seem unlikely and expensive, a university professor said on Thursday. 

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LinkedIn Influencer
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June 3, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended employment in two vital respects: it has caused a global shift towards telecommuting as well as mass unemployment. How will these trends play out as the crisis evolves and, ultimately, the coronavirus is defeated?

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The Wall Street Journal
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May 29, 2020

The impact of Covid-19 is much bigger, affecting consumer demand as well as supply chains all over the world, and likely to last quite a bit longer... How should companies manage their supply chains in today’s uncertain environment? 

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MIT Sloan Management Review
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May 27, 2020

When disaster strikes, suppliers, original equipment manufacturers, and retailers may find that they cannot offer all their products or fulfill all their customer orders. They must decide who gets what. But how?

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LinkedIn Influencer
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MAy, 26, 2020

Contrary to the media’s apocalyptic assessment, the COVID-19 crisis has not broken America’s food supply chain and the product shortages experienced by consumers are temporary blips. As is often the case, looking behind the headlines will reveal the real situation – and problems that genuinely need to be addressed.

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EUROPEAN PETROCHEMICAL ASSOCIATION
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May 25, 2020

This interview is featured in the Supply Chain and Logistics section of EPCA Q2 Newsletter, published in July 2020.

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Newsy
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May 5, 2020

Companies like Tyson and Smithfield Foods warn of a "breaking" supply chain "perilously close to the edge", but experts say there's plenty of meat.

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WBUR
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May 1, 2020

The viral infection (COVID-19) and subsequent closures are straining the supply of meat to market. Beef production is down 25% and pork has declined 15% from a year ago, according to figures from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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U.S. News
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April 30, 2020

Despite the closure of more than 20 meatpacking plants due to COVID-19, experts say the U.S. food supply is not in peril.