TEDxWrigleyville 2020 Theme: “Humanity, a View From Inside the Pandemic,” filmed inside Wrigley Field (Chicago) amidst civil unrest and with full compliance of Covid-19 related quarantine restrictions.
Covid 19 provided many Americans with their first taste of shortage. In his talk, “Where did all the Flour Go? Supply Chains and Covid,” Sasha Duchnowski, a leading expert on redesigning food systems and supply chains, discusses the resilience of western supply chains, the changes needed to strengthen American and third-world food deserts, and explain why flour will soon return to our shelves. Sasha Duchnowski is a partner at Bain & Company, the global management consultancy. He is a leading expert in the firm’s Energy & Natural Resources, Sustainability, and Strategy practices.
Since joining Bain in 2004, Sasha has honed deep expertise across the energy & natural resources sphere, especially within agribusiness. He has advised clients around the world on a variety of strategic and operational topics across the food supply chain, including crop production and distribution, fertilizers and other crop inputs, animal nutrition and protein, and food processing.
In addition, he is one of the firm’s leaders in helping clients across energy and natural resource sectors in developing and implementing sustainability strategies that improve shareholder value as well as environmental, social, and economic outcomes. In addition to public and private companies, Sasha has advised NGOs and industry collaborations on these topics. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Where did all the Flour Go? Supply Chains and Covid | Sasha Duchnowski | TEDxWrigleyville