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Supply Chain Performance and Evaluation Models

FOCUS Series in Control, Systems and Industrial Engineering

Dominique Estampe, KEDGE Business School, France

ISBN: 9781848216679

Publication Date: October 2014   Hardback   156 pp.

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This book presents the different models of supply chain performance evaluation for global supply chains.
It describes why it is necessary to evaluate global performance both to assess the contribution of the supply chain to achieve the goals of creating value throughout the chain and also to meet customer requirements in terms of time, responsiveness and reliability.
The author provides an understanding of how evaluation models are chosen according to criteria including the level of maturity of the organization, the level of decision-making and the level of value creation desired.

Contents

1. Supply Chain Management Modeling.
2. Value Creation and Supply Chain.
3. Help in Choosing Supply Chain Performance Evaluation Models.
4. Performance Evaluation Model for Value Creation.
5. Case Study.

About the Authors

Dominique Estampe is Professor in Supply Chain Management at the Kedge Business School, France. His current research interests include Supply Chain processes and performances, Operation Planning, Audit Supply Chain, Urban Supply Chain, etc.

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