Research shows that a company's supply chain is the source of well over half of all business crises and disruptions. Suppliers are the largest source of these supply chain failures. Yet, many companies do not fully understand, track, or analyze the imbedded risks that are inherent within their selection of suppliers. This survey seeks to better understand and assess how leading companies are approaching this growing problem.

We will produce a Findings Report based upon the aggregate results. To receive a copy of the analysis, please provide your email address at the end of the survey.

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2. Which of the following do you identify as major supply chain risks to your organization? (Select all that apply)

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3. Compared to last year, have your supply chain risks:

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4. Which of the following supply chain risk disruptions have you experienced? (Check all that apply)

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5. Who is responsible for identification and monitoring risk across the supply chain? (Select all that apply)

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6. How satisfied are you with how your organization understands and manages supply chain risk?

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7. How satisfied are you that your suppliers understand and manage their supply chain risks?

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8. What visibility do you have throughout your supply chain?

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9. How are suppliers selected in your organization?

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10. Who else has significant influence on supply chain decisions with in your organization? (select all that apply).

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11. How are your supply chain risks monitored?

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12. Do you have an internal education program on emerging supply chain risks?

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13. Do your supply chain planning tools match your risk profile?

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14. Have your suppliers engaged in supply chain risk analysis?

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15. Do have defined metrics to evaluate your suppliers’ business continuity plans?

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16. When was the last time you benchmarked your supply chain against others.

  Never Annually Every 3 years Every 5 years
Practices
Strategy
Cost drivers
Control
Visibility
Training

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17. How well are supply chain decisions aligned with:

  Not at All Somewhat Mostly Completely
Board Priorities
Business Continuity
Capital Requirements
Competition
Customer Needs
Emerging Risks
Growth
Intellectual Capital
New Products
Strategy
Shareholder Value

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18. What do you believe is the proper role of supply chain?

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19. Will you be attending the meeting in Atlanta on February 19, 2013?

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20. Please share any additional thoughts or comments.

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21. If you would like to receive a complimentary Findings Report with a comprehensive analysis of the survey results, please enter your name and email below.

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