Supply chain (SC) performance measurement is attracting the attention of practitioners and academic researchers. Many studies report the importance of measuring and managing SC performances to improve the understanding and cooperation among partners, to raise SC integration and finally to pursuit SC excellence. But, whereas literature about SC performance measurement is rich in theoretical approaches, empirical researches are still poor. The work aims to increase fieldworks on this topic. This paper results from a three-years case study within a SC of facility services in the healthcare sector. The proposed performance measurement system adopts a balanced approach for performance evaluation and uses different levels of measurement and accountability: strategic, tactical and operational. The model shares measures and results among customer, prime contractor and subcontracting companies of the considered SC, supporting partners in highlighting opportunities for services improvement, getting better collaboration and coordination along SC and defining Service Level Agreements.

A PMS for facility services supply chain: A case in the healthcare sector

DE TONI, Alberto Felice;
2009

Abstract

Supply chain (SC) performance measurement is attracting the attention of practitioners and academic researchers. Many studies report the importance of measuring and managing SC performances to improve the understanding and cooperation among partners, to raise SC integration and finally to pursuit SC excellence. But, whereas literature about SC performance measurement is rich in theoretical approaches, empirical researches are still poor. The work aims to increase fieldworks on this topic. This paper results from a three-years case study within a SC of facility services in the healthcare sector. The proposed performance measurement system adopts a balanced approach for performance evaluation and uses different levels of measurement and accountability: strategic, tactical and operational. The model shares measures and results among customer, prime contractor and subcontracting companies of the considered SC, supporting partners in highlighting opportunities for services improvement, getting better collaboration and coordination along SC and defining Service Level Agreements.
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