17 November 2020 | Sri Lanka

The Covid-19 Pandemic has disrupted the entire global supply chain and caused fluctuations in political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal systems around the world. Businesses have faced further challenges as they begin to operate under the new normal. As a result, supply chain management functions are being re-engineered in order to cater to businesses’ requirements.

In this report, Pubudu Megodawickrama, Assistant Production Planning Manager at Sri Lankan Airline Catering Limited, explores the impact of Covid-19 on the role of the Supply Chain Manager, and how professionals can adapt to the demands of working in the ‘new normal’.

Read the full report here.

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