Survive or Thrive?

A new CFO survey reveals an interesting performance difference between current approaches to negotiating the current economic conditions. Companies working to holistically improve integration and eliminate silos are outperforming companies purely focused on short term cost cutting and cash flow management strategies. Long range thinking yields short range results…

CFOs: Survival Trumps Profits, Supply Chain Growing in Popularity

Sean Murphy, Associate Editor — Supply Chain Management Review, 6/26/2009 12:46:00 PM

The current economy has prompted many corporations to worry more about staying alive than making money, and supply chain management may be poised to become an even more important business practice than it is now, according to the results of a new CFO survey. 

http://www.scmr.com/article/CA6667712.html

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