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Develop Your Global Strategy for Logistics Excellence With Gartner's Three-Step Approach

Published: 25 April 2018

ID: G00356410

Analyst(s): James Lisica


By analyzing 25 of the world's leading organizations' approaches to logistics strategy design, Gartner has documented three steps to prepare, design and execute an effective global logistics strategy. Supply chain leaders can use this approach when developing their own.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Step 1: Prepare for Logistics Strategy Design
    • How to Develop a Strong Understanding of Maturity-Based Principles
    • How to Design a Strategy That Complements Your Organization's Supply Chain Culture
    • How to Focus on Developing a Complete Set of Logistics Capabilities
    • How to Formulate a Segmented, Yet Cohesive, Development Plan Across Stakeholders
  • Step 2: Assess the Global Logistics Function
    • Recommendation
  • Step 3: Designing Strategic Roadmaps and Executing the Strategy
    • Recommendation

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