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Why 2021 Will Be The Year Of The Big Pivot For Supply Chains

Por: Forbes Tech January 21, 2021

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In 2021, change is inescapable, but also an opportunity for companies that can reset their vision and execute stock photo ID: 222658030 Most everyone in the business world—people in sales, finance, HR, operations, and supply chain—recognizes that 2021 is the year when companies must pivot. The forces of change are fundamental and inescapable. They represent an opportunity for the companies that can reset their vision and execute or rapid... + full article



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