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The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25: Insight on leaders




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Just when supply chain leaders thought the pandemic was behind them, a host of new issues have risen, everything from extreme weather to shortages of everything. Now, we can add rising prices, inflation and the threat of a recession to the list of disruptions. And yet, the best supply chains continue to find ways to outperform their competitors while launching new initiatives to further their company’s ESG goals, perhaps the next frontier for supply chain management.

In this, our 18th edition of the Supply Chain Top 25 (see Table 1), we have an impressive group of leaders with new lessons to share. Once again, we also feature our five Supply Chain Masters (see sidebar), companies that have consistently out-performed their peers year-over-year. Finally, we once again identify four notable trends, which you can read on scmr.com. Along with the Masters category, the Supply Chain Top 25 offers a platform for insights, lessons, debates and contributions to the rising influence of supply chain practices on the global economy. Let’s look inside the numbers.

Lessons and insights

As with prior years, there is much to be learned from where this year’s Top 25 are investing to improve their operations and respond to disruptions. For supply chain leaders seeking to learn from the strategies of this year’s list, we recommend the following.

  • Substantiate supply chain as a strategic partner with their fellow C-suite members and board by using what leading supply chains do to differentiate themselves as illustrations of how their company can differentiate its supply chain.

By ·

Just when supply chain leaders thought the pandemic was behind them, a host of new issues have risen, everything from extreme weather to shortages of everything. Now, we can add rising prices, inflation and the threat of a recession to the list of disruptions. And yet, the best supply chains continue to find ways to outperform their competitors while launching new initiatives to further their company’s ESG goals, perhaps the next frontier for supply chain management.

In this, our 18th edition of the Supply Chain Top 25 (see Table 1), we have an impressive group of leaders with new lessons to share. Once again, we also feature our five Supply Chain Masters (see sidebar), companies that have consistently out-performed their peers year-over-year. Finally, we once again identify four notable trends, which you can read on scmr.com. Along with the Masters category, the Supply Chain Top 25 offers a platform for insights, lessons, debates and contributions to the rising influence of supply chain practices on the global economy. Let’s look inside the numbers.

Lessons and insights

As with prior years, there is much to be learned from where this year’s Top 25 are investing to improve their operations and respond to disruptions. For supply chain leaders seeking to learn from the strategies of this year’s list, we recommend the following.

  • Substantiate supply chain as a strategic partner with their fellow C-suite members and board by using what leading supply chains do to differentiate themselves as illustrations of how their company can differentiate its supply chain.

 








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