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Check out the results from Seraph's North American Manufacturing Survey.
North America can look to Asia for outcome data on contact tracing, factory hygiene protocols and government actions to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The most difficult situation a leader encounters involve dire consequences, a ticking clock, bereft of information. To minimize the need to make decisions lacking or absent information, speed in deriving information is essential.
Businesses can learn from the regions that did not impose severe containment measures. At a Smithfield pork processing plant, more than 700 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
As many OEM’s and suppliers are preparing to restart their factories robust supply chain management processes are essential. Processes and systems at all levels will be tested as the auto industry comes back to life.
South Korea and Europe were weeks ahead of the U.S. for early confirmed COVID cases. Seraph Senior Advisor Jeff Jaisle explains the data he is using to understand shutdown timing across the world.
Businesses should assess whether they qualify for stimulus and how secondary consequences of stimulus will alter business conditions.