Supply Value presents the Value Chain Management model

In order to remain successful as an organization in the current turbulent economic times, companies must continue to distinguish themselves and develop in the areas of cost savings, working more efficiently and being able to flexibly switch to customer needs. Because of the limited possibilities to further improve internal processes, organizations are forced to look beyond their own organizational boundaries and work on further optimization together with the chain partners.

Working together sounds like a normal and obvious phenomenon, but the practice shows something else. The cause is usually found in the prioritization of own interests, which can damage the trust relationship between the client and the contractor. How do you achieve the optimal cooperation with your chain partners?

Supply Value has conducted research into critical success and failure factors in setting up and managing chain optimization. The success and failure factors and the most applied methodologies are presented in our report.

 Value Chain Management model

We then divided the measured success factors and the most used methodologies of the respondents from this research into four aspects (people, organization, processes and systems) and incorporated them into one model, the Value Chain Management Model.

This model reflects the change process in chain optimization including the most commonly used methodologies of the respondents.

Value Chain Management

Model 1: Value Chain Management

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