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The Alignment Performance Link in Purchasing and Supply Management

Performance Implications of Fit between Business Strategy, Purchasing Strategy, and Purchasing Practices

by Christian Baier

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Published by Betriebswirtschaftlicher Verlag Dr. Th. Gabler / GWV Fachverlage GmbH, Wiesbaden in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

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  • Economics

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    Statementby Christian Baier
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
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    Open LibraryOL27016061M
    ISBN 109783834910578, 9783834997517

    Title: Strategy alignment in purchasing and supply management: a systematic literature review and research framework on the performance impact Authors: Simon Hochrein; Matthias Muther; Christoph H. Glock. Addresses: Institute of Production and Supply Chain Management, Department of Law and Economics, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Hochschulstr. 1, Darmstadt, Germany ' Institute . eral books on SCM topics, including Introduction to Supply Chain Management (Prentice Hall, with Ernest L. Nichols; translated into Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Indone-sian), Supply Chain Redesign (Prentice Hall Financial Times), and Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, 5th edition (South-Western College Publishing, with Robert M.

      Aligning demand and supply management remains a highly challenging task. Many companies noted that in terms of the maturity model, they rated very high in one area (e.g. supplier relationship management, network rationalization) but not .   For anyone dealing with supply chain issues, Essentials of Supply Chain Management has the answers and even references supply chain games. At fewer than pages this is an easy book to read and gain valuable insights. Proactive Purchasing in the Supply Chain by David Burt, Sheila Petcavage and Richard Pinkerton.

      “Offerings valued by external customers drive supply chain strategy and trade-offs. Supply management leaders must communicate these trade-offs to functional teams, so they thoroughly understand them,” Mr. Barger said “They must be able to translate them into specific functional strategies that support cost, speed, service or other supply chain segmentation outcomes.”. INTRODUCTION. At the dawn of the 21st century, the strategic character of purchasing and supply management (PSM) has been widely recognized in the literature (Carter and Narasimhan ; Humphreys, McIvor and McAleer ).


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The Alignment Performance Link in Purchasing and Supply Management: Performance Implications of Fit. The Alignment Performance Link in Purchasing and Supply Management Christian Baier empirically investigates the alignment performance link in PSM. Drawing on the market-based view, resource-based view, principal agent theory, and contingency theory, the author suggests that the relative fit among a firm’s business strategy, its purchasing.

Christian Baier empirically investigates the alignment-performance link in PSM. His findings provide clear guidance to practitioners on how to design their purchasing strategies and practices to achieve maximum alignment and thus effectively contribute to Pages: Christian Baier empirically investigates the alignment performance link in PSM.

Drawing on the market-based view, resource-based view, principal agent theory, and contingency theory, the author suggests that the relative fit among a firm’s business strategy, its purchasing competitive priorities, and its purchasing practices is key to. Get this from a library.

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[Christian Baier] -- Annotation Christian Baier empirically investigates the alignment-performance link in PSM. His findings provide clear guidance to practitioners on how to design their.

The Alignment Performance Link in Purchasing and Supply Management: Performance Implications of Fit between Business Strategy, Purchasing Strategy, and Purchasing Practices Book. The previous chapter outlined that PSM’s ability to contribute to competitive advantage critically depends on the alignment of purchasing strategy and practices with the firm’s business strategy.

Given the lack of research on this topic, this chapter will now develop a model for empirically investigating the alignment-performance link in PSM.

Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper studies the performance impact of multi-dimensional strategy alignment in purchasing and supply management (PSM) in a literature review (LR)-based analysis.

In a first step, it evaluates the scientific state-of-the-art in a systematic LR by classifying, analysing and synthesising 29 empirical studies with reference to a conceptual framework and. Hence, the positive association of procurement alignment on supply chain management performance cannot be confirmed with certainty.

Alignment Performance The performance impact of IT is one of the most important research topics, with a vast amount of papers proposing ways by which the effects of investments can be quantified. INVESTIGATING THE LINK BETWEEN PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT (PSM) PRAC-TICES, PSM PERFORMANCE AND COMPANY PERFORMANCE – EVIDENCE FROM A STRUCTURAL They all concluded in a positive performance effect of purchasing alignment with the re-spective strategies.

David et al. () find support for their hypothesis that the higher the level. Supply chain performance will be a key indicator of overall corporate success into the next century. This book, edited by logistics and supply chain expert John Gattorna, and with international contributions, presents unpublished material on next generation thinking about the management of the supply s: 2.

3 A conceptual model of the alignment-performance link in PSM (S. ) The previous chapter outlined that PSM’s ability to contribute to competitive advantage critically depends on the alignment of purchasing strategy and practices with the firm’s business strategy.

Purchasing practices were measured through several questions regarding supply management for the plant's dominant activity.

Respondents were asked about the number of suppliers per item, the proportion considered strategic suppliers, the criteria used to select strategic suppliers, and the coordination instruments implemented with strategic suppliers. Supply chain performance will be a key indicator of overall corporate success into the next century.

This book, edited by logistics and supply chain expert John Gattorna, and with international contributions, presents unpublished material on next generation thinking about the management of the supply chain. Based on the recently developed strategic alignment model it shows how external market 5/5(2).

These high performance companies are considered Leaders. For example, through Walmart’s development of a strategic supply chain management system, they have been able to optimize their logistics, procurement, and inventory management system which has been a key factor in reinforcing their everyday low price promise.

The majority of supply chain glitches occur due to lack of alignment between demand planning and supply planning, which results in too much or not enough inventory, or too much/not enough capacity. Research by Vinod and Singhal (Supply Chain Management Review, December, ) suggests that the average shareholder value loss associated with the.

With different emphases most definitions of supply chain management, efficient consumer response and vertical marketing systems agree on the vertical co-operation aspect within the value chain (e.

Key components of supply chain alignment. Supply Chain Alignment enables the synchronization of flows (physical flows and information flows) across the components of the SCOR Model, and it does so by connecting the ‘pieces’ of the SCOR Model via seven key integrative elements: 1.

Strategic Alignment. Governance. Purchasing and supply management (PSM) has become a discipline of major strategic importance for effectively competing in today's global marketplace. Literature recognizes that the full value‐creation potential of the purchasing function can only be realized if its decisions and activities are aligned with the organization's overall strategic.

The financial benefits of enhanced procurement and Supply Chain programs are often gained quickly. When we look at the total amount of where the dollars are consumed, it becomes apparent that for.Part 6 Future Directions Chapter 20 Purchasing and Supply Strategy Trends Cases Case 1 Avion, Inc.

Case 2 The Global Sourcing Wire Harness Decision Case 3 Managing Supplier Quality: Integrated Devices Case 4 Negotiation—Porto Case 5 Purchasing Ethics Case 6 Insourcing/Outsourcing: The FlexCon Piston Decision Index S N L E .The first part of the book focuses on modeling the supply chain using conceptual frameworks to describe the relationship between collaboration and performance.

The second part examines the issues around information systems alignment, and ensuring the management and coordination of interactions with suppliers and customers.