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Take the Demand Management Survey; Get Advance Copy of the Results

By Staff
February 21, 2011

LM sister publication Supply Chain Management Review and Griffin Strategic Advisors are conducting a short survey on one of the most critical supply chain areas—demand management. The survey findings will be presented as part of a major article on Demand Management in the May/June 2011 issue of SCMR.

All supply chain and logistics professionals are welcome to take the survey. And as a bonus, survey participants will receive an advance copy of the results.

Your answers will be kept completely confidential and the published results will be anonymous.  Just click on the survey link here.

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