Supply chain excellence is easier to say than define. To make progress, companies need to clearly define the journey and the goals. For many this is problematic. The goals are unclear and the financial metrics are not well-understood. We want to provide research to help supply chain leaders correct these issues.
Supply chain leaders want to improve results to drive shareholder value, but there is a problem. There is no industry standard definition of supply chain excellence or clarity on the how actions of the supply chain team drive shareholder value. In this report we try to help fill in the gaps by giving definitions to both.
The Supply Chains to Admire analysis is now in its third year. It is a deep analysis of performance, improvement, and Price to Tangible Book Value (PTBV) of 320 companies across 31 industries for the period of 2009-2015. The source data for the analysis is public reporting of balance sheets and income statements. (Our source of balance sheet and income statement data is YCharts .)