Exclusive Insights on Planning Maturity
Today's supply chains are networked, global ecosystems.
An event upstream in a different country or region can cause considerable disruption downstream.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an extreme example of how this unfolds in practice.
How prepared are supply chain teams to react and recover, from a planning maturity stance?
This research report addresses this question, covering:
- Perceptions of planning effectiveness
- Find out how supply chain professionals rate the effectiveness of their planning process, who is involved, and what they are doing to improve the planning practice.
- Time allocated to data collection
- Data quality is a considerable pain point. How much time do teams spend on data vs creative decision-making and discussion?
- The use of scenario analyses
- How widespread is the use of scenarios prior to and during planning meetings?
A New Age for Supply Chain Planning
This report shows, about half of supply chain professionals believe their planning process is effective enough. These organizations may be better prepared to cope with today’s scope of disruption and growing uncertainty. For the other half, weathering the storm of events like the coronavirus pandemic, and preparing for the next disruption, may not be as easy.
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