Assessing and Building Capability

Supply Chain Self-Assessment

The success of your business is inextricably linked to the performance of your supply chain. This assessment supports a self-evaluation of your Supply Chain skills.

What is it?

This assessment focuses on the skills required to perform in Supply Chain and for each of ten dimensions explored, asks you to evaluate yourself on a range of capabilities. The aim of this is to provide a systematic self analysis of your skill-set as it stands today.

The 10 dimensions assessed are:

  • Inventory Control
  • Supply Planning
  • Demand Planning
  • Transportation
  • Order Management
  • Warehousing
  • Manufacturing
  • Legal Contracting
  • Financials
  • Project Management

Within the assessment, competencies
in Supply Chain Knowledge Evaluation
and Commercial Leadership Self
Assessment are explored.

What happens when I finish?

On completion you will receive an individual report with an assessment of your capability across the range of supply chain competencies. The report will highlight each dimension of Supply Chain focusing on your strengths and your evolving skill-sets. The key output is a set of recommendations for you to consider. These recommendations are based on the 70-20-10 model of learning.

Your Training Needs Analysis Report

The aim of your individual report is to provide you with a systematic insight of your skill-set as it stands today, along with ideas for you to apply 70-20-10 learning principles in your workplace. The 70-20-10 learning model suggests 70% of development consist of on-the-job learning, supported by 20% coaching and/or mentoring and, 10% classroom based training. Your report contains suggestions for each of these learning principles. You will also receive a personalised e-Learning Plan and high priority training workshop recommendations. The 70-20-10 model's three components reinforce one another, adding up to a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.


As you work through the questionnaire you may find themes that are not directly relevant to your current role. This is likely to happen for many people as this questionnaire considers the end-to-end supply chain management process.


Wit h this questionnaire there are no incorrect answers!