Invitation to be Included in 2012 Business Priorities Research
The ChainLink Research Team
on Jan 2, 2012
Each year ChainLink Research surveys and reports about the concerns of the business community -- economic, business and technology strategies, and often professional concerns and pursuits.
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To participate in our research go to 2012 Business Priorities Survey to share your key challenges and business priorities for 2012. It won't take long (only 10 content questions) and participants receive a copy of the survey results. All answers will be kept strictly confidential. Individual data and responses will not be shared. Only aggregated data will be presented.
2012 Business Priorities is a great way for you to compare notes across your industry. Many of our readers and customers have employed information from our past research to improve their organizations. Your inputs do make a difference to many executives who seek to improve their businesses.
You may also access, at no charge, findings from our 2011 research reports:
Urgency for Supply Chain Resiliency: volcanoes, earthquakes, intellectual property and counterfeiting scandals filled the news in 2011. (It will be interesting to see in our 2012 survey whether Supply Chain Risk programs have been launched or are being considered.)
2011 Business Priorities Report and webinar. Sales strategies, channel mastery and technology investment were high on the to do list this year. And big investments were made. 2012 survey will show how we fared and what will be in the budget going forward.
In the priorities survey, personal development was continually cited as the big issue for employees, so we conducted a survey on the state of education as follow-up research. See the results here: Supply Chain Education Requirements.