Questionnaire

Simply Joined investigation

2016 Oil & Gas Supply Chain Relationships Survey

Company Profile

1. Which of the following would best describe your company (Select all that apply)

Company Profile

2. To whom does the most senior member of the Procurement function report?

Company Profile

3. How would you best describe the Procurement function?

Supply Chain Relationship

1. How do you consider your relationship with your Customers?

Supply Chain Relationship

2. How do you consider your relationship with your Suppliers?

Supply Chain Relationship

3. Do you think that your Customers try to understand your business aims & objectives

Supply Chain Relationship

4. Do you think that your Suppliers try to understand your business aims & objectives

Supply Chain Relationship

5. Do you think that you try to understand your Customer’s business aims & objectives

Supply Chain Relationship

6. Do you think that you try to understand your Supplier’s business aims & objectives

Managing the Supply Chain

7. Which of the following do you use to manage your supply chain (Select all that apply)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

8a. How do you rate the importance in a relationship of the following
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Organisation (e.g. Clear aims & objectives, having the right team in place and working to a flexible but controlled program)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

8b. How do you rate the importance in a relationship of the following
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Communication (e.g. Clear information, common language, regular reporting and established feedback channels)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

8c. How do you rate the importance in a relationship of the following
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Motivation (e.g. Respect, recognition for good work, financial incentives,

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

9a. How do you rate the importance you feel that your customers put on the following elements in their business relationship with you.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Organisation (e.g. Clear aims & objectives, having the right team in place and working to a flexible but controlled program)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

9b. How do you rate the importance you feel that your customers put on the following elements in their business relationship with you.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Communication (e.g. Clear information, common language, regular reporting and established feedback channels)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

9c. How do you rate the importance you feel that your customers put on the following elements in their business relationship with you.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Motivation (e.g. Respect, recognition for good work, financial incentives)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

10a. How do you rate the importance you feel that your suppliers put on the following elements in their business relationship with you.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Organisation (e.g. Clear aims & objectives, having the right team in place and working to a flexible but controlled program)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

10b. How do you rate the importance you feel that your suppliers put on the following elements in their business relationship with you.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Communication (e.g. Clear information, common language, regular reporting and established feedback channels)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

10c. How do you rate the importance you feel that your suppliers put on the following elements in their business relationship with you.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Motivation (e.g. Respect, recognition for good work, financial incentives)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

11a. How do you rate the importance you feel that your customers put on the following elements in the systems that they use to manage you as a supplier.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Organisation (e.g. Clear aims & objectives, having the right team in place and working to a flexible but controlled program)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

11b. How do you rate the importance you feel that your customers put on the following elements in the systems that they use to manage you as a supplier.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Communication (e.g. Clear information, common language, regular reporting and established feedback channels)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

11c. How do you rate the importance you feel that your customers put on the following elements in the systems that they use to manage you as a supplier.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Motivation (e.g. Respect, recognition for good work, financial incentives)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

12a. How do you rate the importance you feel that your suppliers put on the following elements in the systems that they use to supply you with their products or services
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Organisation (e.g. Clear aims & objectives, having the right team in place and working to a flexible but controlled program)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

12b. How do you rate the importance you feel that your suppliers put on the following elements in the systems that they use to supply you with their products or services
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Communication (e.g. Clear information, common language, regular reporting and established feedback channels)

The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

12c. How do you rate the importance you feel that your suppliers put on the following elements in the systems that they use to supply you with their products or services
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Motivation (e.g. Respect, recognition for good work, financial incentives)

Supply Chain Management literature

13a. Current Purchasing and Supply Chain Management literature states the following. Do you agree with the following statements
In the future, Supply Chains, not Organisations will compete (e.g. the UK Oil & Gas Industry will compete with the Russian, US, African, Middle East and other regional Oil & Gas supply chains)

Supply Chain Management literature

13b. A company that fails to manage its supply chains at a strategic level is unlikely to meet its business objectives effectively

Supply Chain Management literature

13c. The prime barriers to Supply Chain improvements are not technical or economic, but ‘behavioural’ i.e. the way in which organisations interact with each other

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

14a. Please rate the following Organisation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Teamwork

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

14b. Please rate the following Organisation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Leadership

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

14c. Please rate the following Organisation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Clear aims & objectives

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

14d. Please rate the following Organisation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Competencies

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

15a. Please rate the following Communication attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Common language

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

15b. Please rate the following Communication attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Regular reporting

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

15c. Please rate the following Communication attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Clarity of information

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

16a. Please rate the following Motivation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Respect

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

16b. Please rate the following Motivation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Recognition

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

16c. Please rate the following Motivation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Financial Reward

Your organisation’s view of The Importance of Organisation, Communication and Motivation

16d. Please rate the following Motivation attributes
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

No Blame culture

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

17a. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Teamwork

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

17b. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Leadership

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

17c. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Clear aims & objectives

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

17d. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Competencies

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

18a. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Communication attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Common language

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

18b. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Communication attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Clarity of information

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

18c. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Communication attributes in you relationship with your suppliers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Regular reporting

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

19a. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Respect

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

19b. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Recognition

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

19c. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Financial Reward

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR SUPPLIERS

19d. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your suppliers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

No Blame culture

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

20a. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your customers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Teamwork

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

20b. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your customers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Leadership

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

20c. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Organisation attributes in you relationship with your customers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Clear aims & objectives

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

21a. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Communication attributes in you relationship with your customers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Common language

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

21b. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Communication attributes in you relationship with your customers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Clarity of information

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

21c. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Communication attributes in you relationship with your customers.
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Regular reporting

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

22a. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your customers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Respect

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

22b. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your customers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Recognition

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

22c. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your customers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

Financial Reward

Your organisation’s approach to the relationship when dealing with YOUR CUSTOMERS

22d. Please rate how often your organisation utilises the following Motivation attributes in you relationship with your customers
(1.Very Important, 2.Important, 3.Neither important or unimportant, 4.Unimportant, 5.Very Unimportant)

No Blame culture

23. Please add any general comments you may have regarding the North Sea Oil industry’s capability of becoming more organised and whether or not companies are prepared to communicate more or Improve motivation throughout the supply chain

24. Do you have any other comments on the Oil & Gas Industry, Supply Chain Management, Organisation, Communication or Motivation, that may be relevant to the contents of this questionnaire

You have finished the Questionnaire.

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