In the previous installment of this series, I outlined the background and approach for the 2014 AT Kearney Return on Supply Management Assets (ROSMA) benchmark report that can be found here. In this installment, I’ll not only highlight some interesting learnings, but also even enhance the analysis a bit based on the data in the report. The report highlights the basics of the ROSMA model, but I wanted to show a complete model that illustrates the mechanics of it a little more deeply.
Results and Additional Analysis of AT Kearney 2014 ROSMA Benchmark Report [Plus+]
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