Supply Chain Challenges During and After the Pandemic: What can Healthcare Learn from other Industri

Dear CSS Members and Colleagues:

Enclosed is the fourth of a five part series offered to Alumni of Harvard Business School. Today there were between 1000-2000 participants representing multiple business sectors and countries around the world. I have curated what I learned into the enclosed slides and Notes. This is, I believe, very relevant not just for what we face in the present, but the Post Covid-19 Structure and Culture we want to put in place for our organizations and practices. Not only is this available to all without copyright, but the last slide shows a link to access all the five parts of the HBS program inclusive of slide decks and video recordings with no need for sign in.

I have also posted this to our Codman WhatsApp group. Please consider joining if you are not yet a member of this group as there are many more informative postings. It is also best to comment on this post in oour WhatsApp group as this collectively involves our entire community.

Best Regards,

JP Warner, MD

Founder, CSS

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