Most businesses measure success through a high-level set of financial metrics such as operating or net income, return on assets, and earnings per share. Financial performance metrics are the “language of business,” used by internal and external stakeholders to evaluate the results of business operations; Supply chain professionals constantly make decisions and use organizational resources that impact their firm’s financial outcomes. To do so effectively, they link the results of supply chain decisions to the financial goals and related metrics of the company which demonstrate the impact of supply chain decisions and resource utilization on the firm’s financial performance.
- Supply Chain Value Proposition Framework.
- Supply Chain Impacts on Profitability.
- Supply chain impact on revenue generation.
- Total Cost Management.
- Supply chain impact on cost of sales.
- Supply chain impact on SG &A costs.
- Supply chain impact on interest costs.
- Supply chain impact on income tax expenses.
- Profitability Analysis.
- Supply Chain Impacts on Asset Utilization.
- Supply Chain Operating Cycle.
- Primary purposes of cash.
- The Cash Conversion Cycle.
- Asset Utilization Metrics.
- Comprehensive value proposition framework.