Four Steps to Develop a
Purpose-Driven Supply Chain

Explore actionable insights to move from transactional relationships to a purpose-driven supply chain

Supply chain plays a key role in delivering the business’s purpose: We make the decisions on what is made, how it’s made and whom it serves.

Forward-looking supply chain executives not only align with the business’s purpose, but also demonstrate leadership through a purpose-driven supply chain.

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    The Future of Supply Chain Is Purpose-Driven

    The COVID-19 crisis drove supply chain transformation, and now the spotlight is bright on supply chain leaders to help the business leap competition. But 38% of leaders are concerned that their supply chains are not very well-positioned to handle the challenges of the next two years. Many are set up primarily for cost efficiency, not resilience or agility. How will the CSCO meet this moment?

    Gartner’s Future of Supply Chain survey reveals the postpandemic changes that supply chain leaders must act on now. By building resilient and agile supply chain practices, the CSCO can develop a purpose-driven supply chain, whereby product sourcing, manufacturing and delivery processes serve a higher purpose.

    Learn how Gartner supports supply chain executives in prioritizing and taking action on future supply chain initiatives — visit gartner.com