The Organisation of Performance Measurement in an Extended Enterprise

The Organisation of Performance Measurement in an Extended Enterprise

Paul Folan (National University of Ireland, Ireland), Harinder Jagdev (University of Manchester, UK) and Jimmie Browne (National University of Ireland, Ireland)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-165-0.ch007
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This chapter discusses the administrative requirements for business integration between partnering companies in the extended enterprise who operate a performance measurement (PM) system. It argues that, while on the one hand, interorganisational performance measurement is expected to become increasingly significant in the research literature, it is currently difficult to legislate and coordinate the various PM activities that must be taken into account so as to overcome the disparity in geographical location and culture of extended enterprise nodes. Furthermore, while Extended enterprise performance measurement concepts are increasingly being promulgated, the complex nature of these models has made business integration of the firms involved a difficult task: There are problems with regulating the policies and behaviour of those who participate in the system, as well as assessing their understanding of the process itself. These problems are tackled here by the development of a series of questionnaires and assessment checklists, and by their application in an empirical study in an extended enterprise of the automotive industry.

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Goran D. Putnik, Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha
Chapter 1
Maria Manuela Cunha, Goran D. Putnik, Paulo Silva Ávila
The virtual enterprise model is an emerging approach in answer to the new requirements of the business environment, relying on... Sample PDF
Environments for Virtual Enterprise Integration
Chapter 2
G. M. Acaccia, S. Kopácsi, G. L. Kovacs, R. C. Michelini, R. P. Razzoli
Recently, the manufacturing business is moving from an economy of scale to an economy of scope, under global competition for customers’... Sample PDF
Service Engineering and Extended Artefact Delivery
Chapter 3
Nicholas Beaumont
This chapter describes the emergence of offshoring. It defines relevant concepts, and documents its rapid growth. The factors differentiating... Sample PDF
Offshoring: Evolution or Revolution?
Chapter 4
Alexandre Félix-Alves
While industrial companies have learned to establish added-value relationships and flows with their supply chain satellite companies, when they now... Sample PDF
How Should Enterprises Integrate? From the Need to the Solution
Chapter 5
Jennifer Anne Harding, Keith Popplewell, Hsiao-Kang Lin
This chapter presents the concepts and history of moderator research, covering the long journey from the first engineering moderator to recent... Sample PDF
A Generation of Moderators from Single Product to Global E-Supply
Chapter 6
Peter Rittgen
When organizations engage in close cooperation they usually need to reorganize the business processes that serve the interface between them. This... Sample PDF
Integrating Business Processes and Information Systems in an Interorganizational Context
Chapter 7
Paul Folan, Harinder Jagdev, Jimmie Browne
This chapter discusses the administrative requirements for business integration between partnering companies in the extended enterprise who operate... Sample PDF
The Organisation of Performance Measurement in an Extended Enterprise
Chapter 8
Dominik Vanderhaeghen, Anja Hofer, Florian Kupsch
In the chapter, a framework for cross-enterprise business integration management addressing the organizational and technical dimension is developed.... Sample PDF
Process-Driven Business Integration Management for Collaboration Networks
Chapter 9
Jennifer Priestley, Subhashish Samaddar
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The Role of Ambiguity in the Transfer of Knowledge within Organizational Networks
Chapter 10
Marcelo A. Machado
Targeting at an uncovered intersection of the fields of management of technology (MOT), knowledge management, and strategic alliances, we propose... Sample PDF
Systemic Innovation Capability: The Case Study of Embraer, the Brazilian Aircraft Manufacturer
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I-Accounting: An Adaptive Approach (Method + Practices) to Account for Intangibles
Chapter 12
Tor Guimaraes
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Enabling the Virtual Organization with Agent Technology
Chapter 13
Nicolaos Protogeros
This chapter examines the service-oriented architectures (SOA) in conjunction with the enterprise organisational structure integration problem... Sample PDF
Enterprise Organisational Structure Integration and Service-Oriented Architectures
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Mayumi Hori, Masakazu Ohashi
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Knowledge Creation and Adaptive Collaboration Based on XML Web Services
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Jarogniew Rykowski
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Software Agent Technology for Supporting Ad Hoc Virtual Enterprises
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