It’s October 21, 2030. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic that hit over 10 years ago was one of the first significant crises we faced at the beginning of the decade, majorly impacting global supply chains. Other crises followed, highlighting existing risks and bringing new ones to light: risks related to procurement, finance, suppliers, logistics, and workforces. Throughout the decade, business demonstrated its ability to become better prepared, to anticipate the unexpected, and to radically shift to mitigate risk and become more resilient. Throughout this unique, futures-thinking exercise, we will illustrate how it’s possible for business to achieve significant progress across supply chains and other business practices in the 2020s, despite crises that may lie ahead.