Podcast ¦ Informing Choices: The Fragmentation of Global Systems with Cat Barnard

Access the full podcast series here Summary This podcast episode explores the fragmentation of global systems in the context of globalization and geopolitics. The speaker discusses the definition of globalization and how it has led to conflicts between multinational companies and nation-states. The fragmentation of global systems is characterized by rising political tensions, increasing frictions in international trade, and conflicts over essential resources. The speaker emphasizes the importance of understanding international supply chains and becoming more discerning consumers. They also highlight the need for organizations to think systemically and consider the optimal location of their supply chains. While the outcome of this fragmentation is uncertain, the speaker suggests that taking informed actions now can help build resilience and success in the future. Key Points Globalization has led to conflicts between multinational companies and nation-states. Th...

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