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Strategy management through quantitative modelling of performance measurement systems

Bititci, U. and Suwignjo, P. and Carrie, A.S. (2001) Strategy management through quantitative modelling of performance measurement systems. International Journal of Production Economics, 69 (1). pp. 15-22. ISSN 0925-5273

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Abstract

This paper is based on previous works on performance measurement and on quantification of relationships between factors which affect performance. It demonstrates how tools and techniques developed can be used to evaluate the performance of alternative strategic choices through a quantitative approach to modelling of performance measurement systems. The paper provides a brief background to the research problem and preceding works. The tools and techniques used are briefly introduced. Use of these tools and techniques to evaluate the performance of alternative manufacturing strategies is demonstrated. Finally, the capability of the approach to deal with dynamic environments is demonstrated using sensitivity analysis.