Performance Evaluation Model for Value Creation
The aim of this chapter is to identify supply chain performance evaluation models which include the creation of value. First, we analyze some supply chain performance evaluation models in order to identify their ability to measure value creation across the whole chain. Subsequently, we offer a reflection on the value creation evaluation model Supply Chain Advisor Level Evaluation (SCALE). This model evaluates the supply chain processes that create value throughout the chain and highlight the processes to be improved to promote best supply chain practices.
The creation of value for all of the actors in the chain is a key element which justifies the implementation of supply chain management in order to achieve a better performance. It is necessary to be able to evaluate this value creation, not only in relation to the customer or within the company, but also across the whole of the chain with an appropriate evaluation tool.
We analyzed four supply chain models in detail (Global Evaluation Logistics-Materials Management Operations Guidelines/Logistics Evaluation (EVALOG-MMOG/LE), Supply Chain Operation Model (SCOR), AFNOR and ASLOG). All of these models define supply chain processes (via reference models) whose full implementation must ensure the best supply chain performance. The question is whether these models clearly integrate value creation and, if so, of what ...