News & Insights
Myrtle Consulting Group is comprised of thought leaders with deep experience in managing some of the most complex industry issues today. Below is a selection of articles and recent news coverage that showcase Myrtle’s individual and organizational expertise.
Myrtle Consulting’s CEO, Edwin Bosso, talked with Bob Bowman, Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain, about how the Coronavirus may change the way we do business.Read More
by Myrtle Consulting | May 11, 2020 | News
A Senior-level executive forum for navigating your business during and after COVID19.Read More
Today, the entire world is responding to change: change in the way we work, socialize, communicate, and carry out nearly every other aspect of our lives. In the midst of this pandemic, business leaders have been forced to adapt, overcome limitations, and forge ahead with very little time to prepare. Those with a transformation mindset already had stable operations and the plans in place to quickly adjust course. As we emerge from the pandemic, these businesses will return to stability and their leaders will find it easier to reflect, identify gaps that exist, and initiate improvements. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for the majority.Read More
Edwin Bosso chatted with Frankie Boyer on Biz Talk Radio about the potential need for business to transform after the Covid-19 crisis.
GOOD QUESTION | How should shippers adjust their supply chains in response to the disruption caused by COVID-19?
Inbound Logistics recently featured Melvin Bosso in an expert round-up on what shippers should do to adjust their supply chains in response to Covid-19. Read more on why Melvin advises to prioritize risk and assess exposure.Read More
As this crisis evolves business leaders are racing to understand how to respond and what impact COVID-19 will have on their organizations.Read More
by Isabel Villegas | Apr 16, 2020 | Thought Leadership
When Working Against the Clock is Considered the “New Normal”
In the fast-paced world that we live in, time is money. If companies stop for any reason, they are losing revenue, which might even lead to losing their competitive advantage. There are industries where every hour of down-time might result in six-digit losses. In the IT world, downtime can result in multi-million-dollar revenue losses like Delta’s 5-hour computer outage in 2016 which cost the company $150 million(1), for example.Read More
Many businesses are reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, and while some may return to business as usual once the crisis is over, others may need to alter the way they think and operate in order to survive.Read More
by Andre Smaal and Mike Collins | Apr 3, 2020 | Thought Leadership
Stabilizing Operations to Maximize Continuity of Critical Supplies
As COVID-19 continues to take unprecedented tolls on human lives and health systems, the economic impact across industries is also increasingly felt in devastating ways. In economies like the US and Canada, sectors accounting for up to 30% of the GDP will be affected, with overall production reduced by 15% or more. Yet, much remains unknown: the duration of containment measures, the recovery speed of factories in China that are key to many supply chains, and the speed at which government-sponsored fiscal and monetary support takes effect.Read More