The Supply Chain Index – Improving Strength, Balance and Resiliency


  • Report Details: This report is based on analysis of financial balance sheet and income statement data for the period of 2006-2012 as available and cooperative research conducted with Arizona State University..
  • Objective: To reveal the methodology of the Supply Chain Index and the calculation of three of the four component metrics: strength, balance and resiliency.
  • Hypothesis: Supply chain progress is stalled. The Supply Chain Index is a new benchmarking tool to measure supply chain performance through objective financial performance on the metrics of strength, balance and resiliency.


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