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Survey Analysis: CSCO Survey Reveals That Weak Peer Perceptions May Compromise Supply Chain Performance

Published: 28 September 2016

ID: G00313897

Analyst(s): Michael Dominy , Michael Burkett , Dana Stiffler

Summary

There is steady movement toward supply chain playing a more strategic role in the business, but our CSCO survey results tell us there is still work to do with CSCO peers. Supply chain leaders must show their peers they are building more advanced capabilities and meeting cybersecurity risk head on.

Table Of Contents

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • CEOs Place a Higher Value on Supply Chain's Contribution Than the CSCO's Functional Peers Do
    • Action Item
  • CSCOs Are Prioritizing Investments in Quality of Product Supply, S&OP, Analytics, and Product Launch and Portfolio Management
    • Action Item
  • Cybersecurity Risk Is Top of Mind, as Is Risk Associated With Human and Knowledge Capital
    • Action Item
  • Methodology

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