In early 2020, Oxford Economics and SAP surveyed 1,000 executives worldwide and across industries to see how they are juggling the complexities of the supply chain in a rapidly changing environment. We identified a group of Supply Chain Leaders practicing four traits leading to more effective, resilient, and better-performing supply chains.
Governance and Strategy
Companies are confronting new challenges in a post-pandemic world—including digitalization, sustainability and operational efficiency. We can help you see what’s ahead.
Our work is based on years of research and experience covering strategic issues such as risk management, talent development and operational excellence.
We routinely canvass executives, managers and employees, and can conduct in-depth qualitative interviews with c-level decision-makers and industry experts to uncover new insights that help keep companies ahead of the curve.
EXAMPLES OF OUR WORK IN GOVERNANCE AND STRATEGY INCLUDE:
Oxford Economics worked with Google Cloud to survey 1,000 CIOs around the world, in seven industries about the ways they partner with other organisations to meet business goals, and about the technologies they rely on to make those partnerships productive and valuable.
SMEs are confident they can continue to prosper, despite economic uncertainty, disruptive technologies, and threats to global trade. 2019's SME Pulse report highlights a notable shift in attitudes toward technology, as SMEs deploy it to increase both top and bottom lines.
This research spans 37 European countries, polling over 45,000 consumers, executives, policy-makers and law enforcement officers to learn what motivates consumers to engage in illicit activity and the strategies that can alter their behaviour.