Supply chain management is a complex discipline, and larger companies are more likely to report that they do it well. But overall, there isn’t a large disparity between companies of different sizes with respect to their achievements in a supply chain management strategy, according to the Next Generation Manufacturing study. The smallest companies in the survey (those with less than $10 million in annual revenue) are most likely to report that they haven’t made any progress toward world-class supply chain management—14 percent compared to a range of 6 percent to 3 percent among the categories of larger companies. But that difference fails to hold as companies reach or approach world-class status: 26 percent of manufacturers with less than $10 million in revenues claim to be at or near world-class status in supply chain management; compared with 27 percent of those with $10 million to $50 million in revenues; and 24 percent of those with $51 million to $100 in million revenues. Only the largest manufacturers, with revenues in excess of $100 million, show a meaningful difference in achieving world-class status—and even then, at 33 percent, the difference is more a matter of degrees.