Journal article
A Model for Quantifying Impacts of Supply Chain Cost and Working Capital on the Company Value



Publication Details
Authors:
Brandenburg, M.; Seuring-Stella, S.
Publication year:
2010
Journal:
Advanced Manufacturing and Sustainable Logistics, Proceedings
Pages range:
107-117
Volume number:
46
Start page:
107
End page:
117

Abstract
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is identified and accepted as a competitive advantage. Nevertheless holistic approaches for value-based SCM to leverage this advantage in a value adding way are missing so far. Efficient approaches to quantify and compare value contributions from Supply Chain (SC) value drivers are needed. This paper contributes to this need by proposing a model to efficiently quantify and compare value contributions from SC cost and working capital, that affect the profitability and asset performance. Properties and characteristics of the model, which is based on the Discounted Cash Flow concept, are illustrated by an industrial example of a single company. In this example, the relevance of timing and continuity of developments of SC cost and working capital for value creation is pointed out.


Keywords
discounted cash flow, supply chain cost, supply chain management, value-based management, working capital


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