A new report by the Institute of Supply Management found that the majority of the country’s office supply chain is dysfunctional.
According to the study, an estimated 20 percent of the office supply system is unprofessional and not in line with the standards set by the American Industrial Association.
According the report, most supply chain professionals don’t have a clear understanding of how to build a supply chain that makes sense and works.
The Institute for Supply Management, an independent, non-profit organization, surveyed over 1,000 professionals, as well as suppliers, to identify their experiences and identify gaps in supply chain management.
Many of the problems identified in the report were caused by the lack of knowledge, communication and collaboration that go into building a supply supply chain.
One of the most common issues with supply chains, according to the report is communication.
While supply chains have evolved over time, the report found that some supply chains are still not meeting the needs of their customers.
The supply chain problem is exacerbated by the fact that the supply chain can be a challenging and expensive process.
The report found the cost of completing a supply list, organizing inventory, and building a production line can range from $1,000 to $10,000.
In many cases, the average cost of those projects is between $300,000 and $500,000, and some projects have reached $1 million.
To help address the supply problem, the institute released the Supply Chain Solution to End Supply Chain Dysfunction: How to Fix Your Office Supply Problem Guide, which includes tips for building a more efficient supply chain and how to reduce the impact of supply chain failures.
The guide includes an infographic and a step-by-step guide for helping to identify, address and prevent supply chain failure.
The solution can be used as a tool to reduce a supply shortage or even to create an efficient supply system that meets your business needs.
The group behind the guide, Institute for the Supply Management says that the solution will be used to help organizations increase productivity, improve customer experience, and help companies save money in the long run.