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Globally, Supply chains are encountering unprecedented levels of volatility and uncertainty. Against this backdrop, organisations now need to be able to rapidly respond to unexpected demand fluctuations and to be flexible enough to deal with increased levels of demand variability and uncertainty. It is increasingly evident that in this environment high-speed, low-cost supply chains are often unable to respond to unexpected changes in demand or supply. Instead, Companies must build agile, adaptable and aligned supply chains to gain a sustainable competitive advantage over their rivals. This concept was first introduced in 2004 by Hau Lee in his seminal Harvard Business Review article titled “The Triple-A Supply Chain” . This concept has never been more relevant as it is today against the backdrop of the global Coronavirus pandemic and the impact it has had on supply chains globally.