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This report, 2012 Career Patterns in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, covers the annual survey trends and statistics with a particular focus on the relationship of environment and decision making for supply chain management executives. CODE-RES
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In the first quarter of 2007, Armstrong & Associates surveyed third-party logistics (3PL) managers to identify the most recognizable brands in third-party logistics. The surveys also included sections on request for information (RFI), request for proposal (RFP) and direct sales activity profit margin expectations. In 2007, for the question, "When you think about 3PLs, what five companies are the first to come to mind?" DHL/Exel and UPS Supply Chain Solutions were mentioned on 22... Details
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This report marks a continuation of a series of annual surveys of the CEOs of major 3PL service providers that began in 1994. During 2013 three separate surveys were conducted—one of the CEOs of large companies serving the North American 3PL marketplace, another of those serving the European market, and a third of companies serving the Asia-Pacific 3PL marketplace. Thirty-five CEOs were invited to participate, and thirty-four completed the surveys. CODE-RES
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This report presents the findings from the 2013 Career Perspectives of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) Professionals survey. The purpose of the study was to collect information about CSCMP logistics/SCM executive members. Specifically, we sought to obtain insight into the following: What are the demographic and work environment profiles, perspectives and attitudes, what role mentoring played in their development, and management styles utilized. These questions are... Details
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The 2013 edition of this report marks the first in an annual report series by the Supply Chain Management faculty at the University of Tennessee. The 2013 report was published in Spring 2013 as a collaboration between the University of Tennessee Knoxville's Global Supply Chain Institute, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), Ernst & Young, and Terra Technology.For this white paper, we define game-changing trends as those trends that meet the two basic criteria ... Details
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During the CSCMP 2012 Annual Global Conference, the National Center for the Middle Market (NCMM) conducted a focus group with conference attendees to identify pressing topics for future research. The focus group unanimously selected margin management as an issue warranting investigation. In 2013, The Center and CSCMP surveyed 200 strategic and financial decision makers all along the middle market supply chain continuum—raw material suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers/distributors,... Details
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This 2013 report, by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Bain & Company and the World Bank, examines supply chain barriers to international trade and concludes that they are far more significant impediments to trade than tariffs. In fact, reducing supply chain barriers could increase world GDP over six times more than removing all tariffs. CODE-RES
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This report presents the findings from the 2014 Career Perspectives of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) Professionals survey. The purpose of the study was to collect information about CSCMP logistics/SCM executive members. Specifically, we sought to obtain insight into the following: What are the demographic and work environment profiles, perspectives and attitudes, what role mentoring played in their development, and how companies attract, retain, and... Details
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In the 2014 18th Annual Third Party Logistics Study by the Penn State University, survey results showed the continuing, positive overall nature of shipper-3PL relationships. Shippers agree that 3PLs provide new and innovative ways to improve logistics effectiveness, and that they are sufficiently agile and flexible to accommodate future business needs and challenges. Despite ongoing churn in shipper-3PL relationships, in general, shippers are increasing their use of outsourced... Details
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This report presents the findings from the 2015 Career Perspectives of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) Professionals survey. The purpose of the study was to collect information about CSCMP logistics/SCM executive members. Specifically, we sought to obtain insight into the following: What are the demographic and work environment profiles, perspectives and attitudes, what role mentoring played in their development, and how companies manage re-shoring,... Details
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The 2016 20th Annual Third Party Logistics Study shows continued collaborative and positive relationships between shippers and third-party logistics providers, which have been developing since the study began 20 years ago. This year’s survey suggests 3PLs and their customers are becoming more proficient at what they do, individually as well as together, which is improving the quality of their relationships. Both parties—93% of 3PL users and 94% of 3PL providers—reported that their... Details
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CXOs expect their supply chains to create a competitive advantage for their organizations. A number of organizations across sectors in India are deploying successful supply chain strategies to deliver competitive advantage – while overcoming some unique challenges. While this is anecdotally known, there is no comprehensive study on what these leading organizations are doing to achieve success. To develop a better understanding, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals... Details
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Innovation, consisting of invention, adoption, and deployment of new technology and associated process improvements, is a key source of competitive advantagei. Big Data is an innovation that has been gaining prominence in retailing and other industries. In fact, managers working in retail supply chain member firms (that is, retailers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, logistics providers, and other service providers) have increasingly been trying to understand what Big Data... Details
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This research paper was executed and completed thanks to funding provided by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and a partnership between CSCMP and The University of Alabama. The researchers thank the many confidential business people and professors who contributed to the quality of the final product, including Professors Raj Agnihotri, Banu Bas, Haozhe Chen, Pat Daugherty, Stan Griffis, Morgan Swink, and Judy Whipple. We would also like to thank Taylor Wade ... Details
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PwC recently completed a research study, in conjunction with MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation, on supply chain risk: Making the Right Decisions to Strengthen Operations Performances. This global survey assesses the supply chain operations and risk management practices of global companies, and looks at the effects on resiliency and performance. It proposes a framework and a set of principles to help companies manage today’s risk challenges, prepare for future opportunities, and... Details