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  • Business trends 2014: Anticipatory supply chains
    Supply chains are evolving into rich, data-intensive networks that not only perform efficiently and recover quickly from disruptions, but may also be able to spot and avert risks.
  • 2014 Gen Y automotive consumer study
    What factors influence preferences and choices of automotive consumers? How are globalization, sustainability, and technology affecting Gen Y and the auto industry? Learn more about our 5th Gen Y automotive consumer study.
  • From risk to resilience: Using analytics and visualization to reduce supply chain vulnerability
    Complex supply chains require sophisticated, connected tools to monitor risks, predict disruptions, and support rapid recovery as part of an overall resilience strategy. For leading companies, this line of thinking has led an increase in the adoption of advanced tools grounded in analytics and visualization.
  • Mergers and acquisitions operational synergies miniseries
    Why do companies fail to achieve M&A operational, supply chain, and manufacturing operations synergies? Find out in this new report.
  • Global automotive supplier study
    What do leading auto suppliers have in common that allows them to deliver exceptional shareholder value? Find out in this study where we analyzed leading edge performance within the automotive supply base.
  • The answer is 9,142: Understanding the influence of disruption risk on inventory decision making
    The question was how many units of inventory a manager should order when faced with a possible disruption in supply. The correct answer is not guesswork, but based on 150 years of theory and practice. We examine individual choices made in this critical situation—and the results are not encouraging.
  • The risk of incrementalism
    To remain competitive, many executives understand they need to explore the next stage of transformative change. This paper offers an analysis of factors that are likely to impact supply chains in the coming years and suggests steps you can take to take your supply chain transformation to the next level.
  • Distressed supplier management
    With unpredictability resulting from the economic downturn and geopolitical issues, monitoring your supplier’s health has become an important initiative. Learn more in this report about strategies to prepare for and react to events.
  • The ripple effect
    The report takes a look at the numerous and evolving problems associated with supply chain risk, identifies those risks with the greatest impact, and proposes key attributes critical to achieving supply chain resilience.
  • Truth or Dare? How to tackle supply chain risks
    Recent major disasters such as Hurricane Sandy and the Japanese tsunami have focused a lot of attention on supply chain risks. How much time and effort should you invest in managing such risks and what's an effective way to do it?
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