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A Reference Model for Strategic Supply Network Development

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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-054-7.ch011
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Albani, Antonia, Nikolaus Mussigmann and Johannes Maria Zaha. "A Reference Model for Strategic Supply Network Development." Reference Modeling for Business Systems Analysis. IGI Global, 2007. 217-240. Web. 21 Oct. 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-054-7.ch011


Albani, A., Mussigmann, N., & Zaha, J. M. (2007). A Reference Model for Strategic Supply Network Development. In P. Fettke, & P. Loos (Eds.) Reference Modeling for Business Systems Analysis (pp. 217-240). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-054-7.ch011


Albani, Antonia, Nikolaus Mussigmann and Johannes Maria Zaha. "A Reference Model for Strategic Supply Network Development." In Reference Modeling for Business Systems Analysis, ed. Peter Fettke and Peter Loos, 217-240 (2007), accessed October 21, 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-054-7.ch011

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Based on rapidly changing market conditions and increasing pressure on cost and productivity, companies in different industries have started to concentrate on their core competencies and to decrease vertical range of manufacture. This resulted in an increasing dependency between the producing companies and their suppliers. Enterprise networks are formed emerging the necessity to focus on the strategic development of supply network partners. While currently strategic purchasing mainly deals with direct suppliers future strategic purchasing needs to deal with flexible and dynamic supply networks. This results in a paradigm shift in the domain of strategic sourcing from a supplier centric to a supply network scope. In order to support the paradigm shift the development of a reference model specifying the organizational and functional implications is necessary. This chapter therefore introduces a reference model for the domain of strategic supply network development extending the traditional frame of reference in strategic sourcing to a supply network perspective.

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Chapter 1
Peter Fettke, Peter Loos
Conceptual models play an increasingly important role in all phases of the information systems life cycle. For instance, they are used for business... Sample PDF
Perspectives on Reference Modeling
Chapter 2
Jan Recker, Michael Rosemann, Wil M.P. van der Aalst, Monique Jansen-Vullers, Alexander Dreiling
This chapter discusses reference modeling languages for business systems analysis and design. In particular, it reports on reference models in the... Sample PDF
Configurable Reference Modeling Languages
Chapter 3
Jan vom Brocke
With the design of reference models, an increase in the efficiency of information systems engineering is intended. This is expected to be achieved... Sample PDF
Design Principles for Reference Modeling: Reusing Information Models by Means of Aggregation, Specialisation, Instantiation, and Analogy
Chapter 4
Frederik Ahlemann, Heike Gastl
This chapter stresses the importance of integrating empirical evidence in the construction process of reference models. With reference to the... Sample PDF
Process Model for an Empiracally Grounded Reference Model Construction
Chapter 5
Francisco J. Duarte, João M. Fernandes, Ricardo J. Machado
Several organizations are nowadays not particularly comfortable with their internal structuring based on a hierarchical arrangement (sub-divided in... Sample PDF
Business Modeling in Process-Oriented Organizations for RUP-Based Software Development
Chapter 6
Ulrich Frank
Evaluating a reference model is a demanding task. Not only that reference models inherit the problems well known from the evaluation of conceptual... Sample PDF
Evaluation of Reference Models
Chapter 7
Ovidiu Noran
This Chapter presents a way to use Reference Models in Enterprise Architecture (EA) by a) assessing and organising them into a Structured Repository... Sample PDF
Using Reference Models in Enterprise Architecture: An Example
Chapter 8
August-Wilhelm Scheer, Wolfram Jost, Öner Gungoz
The introduction of the CIM concept approximately 20 years ago paved the way for holistic examination of logistical and engineering processes... Sample PDF
A Reference Model for Industrial Enterprises
Chapter 9
Jorg Becker, Reinhard Schutte
In order to provide a structural framework for information systems that serves as a basis for understanding the organizational structure and the... Sample PDF
A Reference Model for Retail Enterprise
Chapter 10
Annett Mauser
With approximately 17490 well-defined modeling objects, the SKO -Datenmodell is probably the most extensive reference data model in German for the... Sample PDF
A Reference Model for Savings Bank
Chapter 11
Antonia Albani, Nikolaus Mussigmann, Johannes Maria Zaha
Based on rapidly changing market conditions and increasing pressure on cost and productivity, companies in different industries have started to... Sample PDF
A Reference Model for Strategic Supply Network Development
Chapter 12
Vojislav B. Misic, J. Leon Zhao
A number of reference models have been proposed to facilitate the development of E-business systems and applications. A comparative analysis of... Sample PDF
E-Business Reference Models
Chapter 13
Jean-Paul Van Belle
This chapter describes a comprehensive evaluation of ten enterprise reference models, including the models underlying the two leading ERP systems... Sample PDF
Evaluation of Selected Enterprise Reference Models
Chapter 14
Oliver Thomas
Reference modeling is located in a field of conflict between research and practice. Despite the array of theoretical concepts there is still a... Sample PDF
Reference Model Management
Chapter 15
Robert Braun, Werner Esswein, Andreas Gehlert, Jens Weller
In this chapter we analyse how a configuration management system can support reference modelling activities. We argue that a configuration... Sample PDF
Configuration Management for Reference Models
Chapter 16
Jan Mendling, Gustaf Neumann, Markus Nuttgens
This chapter presents interchange formats as an enabler for reference model reuse on a technical level. We use a framework to describe the interplay... Sample PDF
Interchange Formats for Reference Models
Chapter 17
Wolfgang Hohnel, Daniela Krahl, Dirk Schreiber
A reference model is always developed in order to support a specific purpose. The development environment is setting the broader context.... Sample PDF
Lessons Learned in Reference Modeling