Network performance measurement as applied to maritime ports communities

Title
Network performance measurement as applied to maritime ports communities
Authors
Charles-Henri Fredouet
Keywords
logistics, network, performance
Issue Date
2005
Publisher
인하대학교 정석물류통상연구원
Series/Report no.
Journal of international logistics and tradevol.3 no.21-14 pp.
Abstract
Implementations of inter-organizational networks are common, following a
growing diversity of cooperative modes between the independent companies
associated in these networks.
Their scientific analysis has recently intensified, attention to network structures
obviously including the study of the way their performance can be measured
Althought academic research has mostly dealt with the performance of the
network's members, the concern of this article is rather with the performance of the
global network.
Among the numerous forms of existing inter-organizational networks, maritime
port communities are complex organizations which have to deal with operational
synchronization, strategic cohesiveness and global performance measurement
problems.
This article therefore mainly describes a port performance measurement system
(PPMS): built in a predominantly empirical reseach context, the performance
model and the associated measurement indicators illustrate the kind of network-
level dedicated, performance control systems, on which port communities need to
rely when designing their global strategy.
URI
http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/682
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