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Research Guide to Gartner's Demand-Driven Model for Supply Chain Maturity

Published: 18 November 2015

ID: G00293855

Analyst(s): Paul Lord , Mark Atwood , Michael Dominy


Many organizations rely on Gartner's demand-driven supply chain maturity content as a reference to assess their capability levels. Supply chain leaders can use this guide to understand and apply this framework in preparation for change that leads to advanced capabilities and improved performance.

Table Of Contents


Research Highlights

  • Understanding the Demand-Driven Model for Supply Chain Maturity
    • Why Does the Title "Demand-Driven Supply Chain" Mean? How Is It Different From DDVN?
    • What Changes Were Made to the Seven Dimensions?
    • What Changes Have Been Made to the Toolkit That Support This Maturity Model?
    • What Involvement and Support Are Needed From Gartner Analysts?
  • Gartner Strategic Road Maps Serve as a Reference for Detailed Implementation Planning
    • Will Results From Maturity Self-Assessment Help Me Develop an Improvement Roadmap?
  • The Gartner Core Supply Chain Functional and Enablement Models Provide a Foundation
  • Gartner's Supply Chain Transformation Research Provides Broader Context

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