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Gartner's Demand-Driven Model for Supply Chain Maturity

Published: 14 September 2015

ID: G00278802

Analyst(s): Chris Poole, Steven Steutermann, Paul Lord, Ken Ruggles, Ken Chadwick, Michael Dominy, Virginia Howard, Jennifer Loveland

Summary

Supply chain strategy translates business goals and market requirements into initiatives for upgrading capabilities that increase competitiveness. Supply chain leaders can use this maturity framework to engage their organizations in evaluating current capabilities and readiness for.

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • Introduction
    • Related Research
  • The Five Stages of Supply Chain Maturity
    • Stage 1: React
    • Stage 2: Anticipate
    • Stage 3: Integrate
    • Stage 4: Collaborate
    • Stage 5: Orchestrate
    • Related Research
  • Seven Dimensions of Demand-Driven Supply Chain Capability
    • Strategic Governance
    • Performance Enablement
    • Product Life Cycle Management (PLM)
    • Supply Network Design
    • Supply Operations
    • Demand Management
    • Customer Fulfillment

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