How to Build Discipline and Resilience Amid Supply Chain Uncertainty

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It’s never my intention to sound like a broken record. But if you’re the weatherman, your job is to report on the weather, even if the forecast shows a big, complex, dark cloud of uncertainty month after month and quarter after quarter.

As we all continue navigating through these headwinds, we must continue to find the best ways to adapt and prevail. From that perspective, here is my forecast of the most prominent economic and supply chain trends through the rest of the year, as well as what business leaders—and their employees—can do to not only weather the various storms, but come out on the other end better and stronger.

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