Modern Project Management

(ISSN: 2317-3963)

Measuring and Managing Projects in Extended Enterprise: A value creation focus based on intangible assets

Michel Philippart
Grenoble École de Management - France
Darli Rodrigues Vieira
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada Canada


Some suppliers are key business resources. Their management requires more sophisticated tools than simply measuring cost savings. These tools must be integrated into the overall strategy of growth and development of competitive advantages. This is especially the case with project-based-mode complex interactions. This article uses the experience of intangible assets to propose an approach to measure the performance of key suppliers geared to maximize their value-creation potential.

Keywords: purchasing, measure, performance, collaboration, projects, suppliers, resources, value creation, extended enterprises, intangible assets, score cards.



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