Gartner Research

2016 CEO Survey: Implications for CSCOs

Published: 03 June 2016

ID: G00300950

Analyst(s): Dana Stiffler , Michael Dominy


Gartner's annual survey shows that CEOs are not prioritizing supply chain or operations investment, which puts their ambitious growth and transformation plans at risk. The ability to frame supply chain's unique role in industry-changing transformations is "job one" for chief supply chain officers.

Table Of Contents

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • Forty-Eight Percent of CEOs Expect Their Industries to Be Substantially or Unrecognizably Transformed by 2020
    • Recommendations
  • Growth Is Still CEOs' No. 1 Priority
    • Recommendations
  • CEOs Are Looking to Generate More Value From Differentiated Intangibles in the Near Future.
    • Recommendations
  • Methodology

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