We have seen organisations (and regular people!) stockpiling. This may continue into the future as a contingency against a resurgence of Covid-19, or whatever the next disruption might be. This builds resilience over the usual "just in time" method organisations have typically been following in recent years.
I expect organisations will become much more savvy in managing third party / supply risk. This has often been a poor relation in risk management strategies, but will play a far more prominent role in the future. The result will likely be a move to more local sourcing, and / or sourcing goods and services from multiple suppliers to reduce the risk of disruption.