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A109

Define Scorecard

The activities associated with the selection of the key metrics for each performance attribute for each supply chain. A scorecard is used to define the metrics of most interest to an organization, to arrange them by area of impact, by strategic linkage, and to provide a container for later benchmarking comparisons. Each scorecard is built from a subset of hundreds of OpenReference metrics.

Without clearly defined supply chains, scorecards may contain aggregate data of conflicting supply chain types e.g. Make-to-Order and Make-to-Stock together. Without strategy, metrics chosen are not clearly linked to strategic priorities. The OpenReference wiki provides all necessary definitions.

Hierarchy

IDNameLevelx
A1Align Strategy2A1
A109Define Scorecard3A109

Term(s)

IDNameClearx
MTOMake-to-OrderMTO
MTSMake-to-StockMTS
Note: Common inputs and outputs are listed in alphabetical order. Other inputs and outputs may be required to support varying use cases.Define Scorecard Align Strategy 1090 3 Supply, Chain, Management, Performance, Metrics, Standard, Reporting Selection of the key metrics for each performance attribute for each supply chain. A scorecard is used to define the metrics of most interest to an organization, to arrange them by area of impact, by strategic linkage, and to provide a container for later benchmarking comparisons