Gartner Research

Organizational Structures for Supply Chain Sustainability, Part 2: Leading Practices and Relationship to Maturity

Published: 27 February 2013

ID: G00245791

Analyst(s): Karen Carter, Stephen Stokes, Simon Jacobson

Summary

The maturity level of a company's sustainable supply chain performance correlates with decentralized sustainability organizations that are focused primarily on manufacturing execution, line of business, supply chain and procurement functions.

Table Of Contents

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • Key Take-Away No. 1: Supply Chain Leaders Are Taking on More Responsibility in Developing and Maintaining Sustainable Supply Chains
  • Key Take-Away No. 2: The Significant Exceptions
  • Methodology

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