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Governance and financial aspects of chain-collaboration: Lessons from practice Governance and financial aspects of chain-collaboration: Lessons from practice

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Author(s): J.J.L.H. Laenen | J.J. Dijkman

Journal: Journal of Chain-Computerisation
ISSN 1879-9523

Volume: 4;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: chain-computerisation | chain-collaboration | business value | governance | sustainability

ABSTRACT
The characteristics of chain environments have an influence on the way parties collaborate. In this article, two practical cases are described: (1) a program for optimizing administrative and logistic processes for the export chain of agricultural goods from the Netherlands to non-EU-countries and (2) a program for optimizing the chain of soil-monitoring for potato eelworm disease. These cases show examples of the way chain-collaboration is established in practice and governance and financial issues that arise. In the conclusion, based on the cases, we present several guidelines that might help to avoid/overcome the governance and financial issues in a chain-optimization project or program.This article is only available in English.The characteristics of chain environments have an influence on the way parties collaborate. In this article, two practical cases are described: (1) a program for optimizing administrative and logistic processes for the export chain of agricultural goods from the Netherlands to non-EU-countries and (2) a program for optimizing the chain of soil-monitoring for potato eelworm disease. These cases show examples of the way chain-collaboration is established in practice and governance and financial issues that arise. In the conclusion, based on the cases, we present several guidelines that might help to avoid/overcome the governance and financial issues in a chain-optimization project or program.
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