Supply Chain Collaboration Case Study

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The first article that I found is about applying the theory of constraints to supply chain collaboration and written by Togar M. Simatupang is a PHD students, Alan C. Wright and Ramaswami Sridharan are senior lectures, all at Massey University, Palmerston North, and New Zealand. Nowadays there are many cases, using the collaborative relationship concept has considered as supply chain management, which is supply chain collaboration. Supply chain collaboration can be determined as two or more independent firms jointly working and provides larger benefits between companies which effectively reductions in inventories and costs, service levels, and satisfying customer’s needs. Not only that, more independent firms will jointly working to arrange…show more content…
The supply chain net profit is equal to throughput minus operating expenses; supply chain productivity is essentially the ration between throughput and operating expense; supply chain return-on-investment is net profit divided by investment and cash flow is net profits plus or minus the change of investment for the same period. For gaining profit in supply chain, the constraint will keep the chain member, thus it also identifying to prevent the chain members from satisfying a necessary condition or achieving overall profitability. Supply chain collaboration assumes a fair amount of trust amongst the partners but the success of supply chain is also abides by the collaborative scheme which is collaborative performance metrics to guide the participating members by evaluating them based on their action. First, in global performance metrics the chain members have monitor different progress such as supply chain profitability, competitive factors, individual performance metrics and supporting metrics. Since global operating metrics are measured by throughput, inventory and operating expenses and each chain member should control the execution of the given global plan and they should measure their individual…show more content…
Tsanos and Konstantinos G. Zografos. The behavioural of supply chain management provides a comprehensive methodology to develop, analyse and discuss the boundary spanning processes of partnering companies in the supply chain. For integration of performance is a measurement for success factor performance. The aim of the behavioural supply chain management research is to enhance organizational development and competitiveness of the attending supply chain collaborator. This is facilitated through a methodology which gathers participants of several companies of a supply chain in a dedicated environment that fosters experiential learning, joint decision making, and subsequent change management. Complementary methodologies are based on the survey methodology method, a field of applied statistics of human research surveys by collecting techniques and questionnaire construction and semi-structured interviews questionnaire that contains open-ended and close- ended question. First, the aim of this article is to identify the effect of behavioural antecedents of collaboration in supply chain relationships on supply chain integration and performance by developing to construct. First, increase in global commerce make the requirement of higher efficiency in supply chain and how to increase effectiveness of customer satisfaction in

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