Structure, speed and salience: performance measurement in the supply chain

@article{Morgan2004StructureSA,
  title={Structure, speed and salience: performance measurement in the supply chain},
  author={Chris Morgan},
  journal={Bus. Process. Manag. J.},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={522-536}
}
  • C. Morgan
  • Published 1 October 2004
  • Business
  • Bus. Process. Manag. J.
The supply chain presents many challenges for management and for the design of performance measurement systems. It is possibly one of the final structural areas of business in which significant savings are to be made, and it is becoming an increasingly important strategic tool as trade becomes global in perspective. To assess the problems faced in the supply chain, this paper begins with an overview of where we are in terms of the development of performance measurement theory. It then… 

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