The Chief Supply Chain Officer Report 2011
The Chief Supply Chain Officer Report 2011 is co-authored by Dr. Hau Lee, Chairman of SCM World and Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, alongside Kevin O’Marah, Faculty member at SCM World. Hau and Kevin have designed this report to draw out the critical insights that executive supply chain professionals are prioritizing across four key areas: value-driving supply chain management, globalization, sustainability and talent management.
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This year’s CSCO Report is a collaboration between Dr. Hau Lee, Chairman, SCM World and Kevin O’Marah, Faculty Member, SCM World and includes an executive summary by Pier Luigi Sigismondi, Chief Supply Chain Officer at Unilever.
Developed to ascertain the priorities and strategies senior-level supply chain professionals are undertaking in 2011 and beyond, this report looks to understand how companies are positioning their supply chain organisations to deliver growth.
Over 750 global executives completed the survey, including SCM World members and non-members, with over 50% of respondents at VP-level and above within their organisations.
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