Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014
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Supply Chain Index Webinar May 19, 2014

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Sometimes, as a supply chain leader, it is hard to know if you are making progress. We want to help. Supply chain excellence should not be a beauty contest. It needs to be about real results. We believe that a company needs to be compared within an industry. We also think that there needs to be an objective measurement that is available to all companies independent of size. Listen to the webinar to understand the methodology.
The Supply Chain Index will rank all public companies by industry NAICS codes and compare their progress for the period of 2006-2013 on:

Strength: Progress at the intersection of Growth/ROIC and Inventory Turns/Operating Margin (30%)
Balance: The ability to manage a balanced portfolio to maximize growth and ROIC
Resiliency: The tightness of the pattern at the intersection of inventory turns and operating margin (30%)
Peer Ranking: Input from Supply Chain Peers(10%)
It is being launched on May 13, 2014. The webinar is on May 19, 2014.
Each industry will be ranked on the strength, balance and resiliency. The final scores and then the total score will be the composite of these. The formula is:
Supply Chain Index= .33(Strength Ranking)+.33(Balance Ranking)+.33(Resiliency Ranking)+.10(Peer Ranking)

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