Research & Surveys
Leading the Way in Providing Knowledge on the Topics that Matter Most in Supply Management
ISM’s research team – guided by industry-leading supply management subject matter experts –puts forth year after year a robust research agenda on the topics that most impact our industry. From CAPS research to the ISM Report on Business® to the anticipated annual salary survey, our goal is to lead the way in research that keeps our members ahead of the curve on topics and trends that impact them and their organizations.
ISM®, in partnership with GEP, developed this white paper to illuminate how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted procurement operations and supply chains. Another goal: understand the implications for ongoing digital transformation. Did companies who were already heavily invested in a digital strategy do better than those who had yet to start?
Sustainability is a growing topic of action, not just discussion, across continents and industries around the world. Recognizing the increased prioritization of sustainability as a strategic business initiative across all business sectors and political territories, ISM® launched a survey of supply management professionals around sustainability.
Download COVID-19’s Global Impact on Supply Chains, the fourth round of research about the impacts of the pandemic on supply chains. Though supply management organizations are feeling bullish about 2021 with anticipated increases in revenue, CAPEX and demand, there are areas of concern around risk to suppliers, shipping delays and remote work challenges.
Fleet management as an industry is expected to nearly double in size by 2025. This white paper analyzes the relationship between procurement and fleet management functions, which includes our mid-2019 survey and follow-up interviews with industry experts. Learn about how the cooperation between these functions is getting closer.
This white paper covers the latest research on the impact of the outbreak of the coronavirus in China on the supply chain as well as reactions from thought leaders and practitioners with recommendations on what to do to curb the impact to your organization.
This white paper covers the first round of research studying the impact of the outbreak of the coronavirus in China on the supply chain. It also includes reactions from thought leaders and practitioners with recommendations on what to do to curb the impact on your organization.