Organizational Capability Assessments
With a sustainable supply chain becoming an expectation of customers, investors and employees, companies can no longer afford not to engage in ESG efforts.
ESG transformation will require strategic supply management professionals to lead the way to success. By utilizing the organizational maturity assessment, Supply Management leaders, employees, and stakeholders (i.e., engineering, operations, IT, finance, etc.) can assess the overall maturity of the supply management organization in sustainability. This assessment measures there are 11 competencies and 30 sub-competencies.
These competencies are determined critical to the development of organizational maturity. Understanding your baseline maturity and opportunity for growth is key to building long term strategic planning.
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Global Responsibility
- Ethics and Business Conduct
- Financial Integrity
- Health and Safety
- Human Rights
- Labor Rights
- Supply Chain Sustainability (Business Sustainability)
With organizational maturity results and data, leaders are able to create capability improvement strategies related to people, processes, and technology to deliver strategic value across the company.
Leaders will also be able to assess the overall maturity of the organization, developing talent and organizational roadmaps to achieve sustainability goals. Impact will be measurable in both bottom-line costs and top-line revenues.
Organizational Maturity Levels
Working with practitioners and other subject matter experts, organizational maturity progression is mapped as follows. This targeted growth pattern moves organizations from emerging to transformative:
Reactive, Unstructured, Unpredictable
Structured, Standard Processes, Individual Focus
Proactive, Consistent Practices, Team Focus
Advising, Controlled Processes, Cross-Collaboration
Differentiated, Strategic Value Creation, Enterprise / External Influence