The effects of collaborative supply chain solutions on strategic performance management

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The effects of collaborative supply chain solutions on strategic performance management

Title: The effects of collaborative supply chain solutions on strategic performance management
Author: Rachan, Wilfred
Pages: 241
Publisher: Leiden University Press
Issue Date: 2012
Keywords: Public administration
Policy Studies
Abstract: Collaborative supply chain solutions are widely accepted in the industry as one of the main factors driving the manager's action learning. In a competitive market environment, the behaviour of the manager can be the difference between an enterprise strategic performance success and failure. Wilfred Rachan examines the effects of collaborative supply chain solutions on strategic performance management. Based on an explorative Action Research (AR) study over 4 iterations at 3 manufacturing companies, he developed the strategic performance inhibitors (SPI) model from the identified strategic performance attributes. From the SPI model, research variables were derived leading to a number of effects from collaborative supply chain solutions on strategic performance management. One of the main contributions of this research is to describe these effects through causal models based on data collected, building upon and extending existing theoretical models.
ISBN: 9789087281762
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Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/21418
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