As organizations recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, their focus
will shift to ensuring a smooth transition back to the workplace. This checklist outlines key actions that supply chain leaders must take to drive an effective return to the workplace strategy.
This “Dispatches From the Front,” hosted by Eric O’Daffer, features Stanford Health Care’s VP of Supply Chain Amanda Chawla. Amanda shares experiences in response to COVID-19, providing insights into Stanford Health Care’s successful global sourcing efforts and the return of elective procedures.
This “Dispatches From the Front,” hosted by Eric O’Daffer, features UC Davis Health’s Jita Buno. In this podcast, Jita shares UC Davis’ unique experiences in response to COVID-19 with insights on its high level of surgical activity and nonacute care supply chain response.
Global supply chain leaders consistently cite talent as the No. 1 short and long-term risk to achieving their business goals.
The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 is about leadership. It recognizes the leading organizations on the Demand Driven journey and identifies the tactics and strategies that these leaders are designing and following.
The Gartner Power of the Profession Awards is a community-led program aimed at advancing the supply chain profession.
The Gartner Chainnovator Awards are about recognizing how supply chain innovation improves overall impact
Know exactly where your supply chain stands and take thoughtful steps toward improvement. Benchmarking lets you compare your metrics against your peers, so you can understand where you are and where you want to be.