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Victor B. Kreng – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Evaluation of knowledge portal development tools using a fuzzy AHP Approach: The case of Taiwanese stone industry
    European Journal of Operational Research, 2007
    Co-Authors: Victor B. Kreng

    Abstract:

    The mission of Stone Industry Development Center (SIDC) at Taiwan attempts to promote the upgrading of the Taiwanese stone industry which recently has suffered a severe depression. After several years of technical developments, SIDC tends to shift focus to efficient use of existing knowledge/information. Consequently, a knowledge portal system (KPS) is expected to be a strategic tool to improve the competitiveness of the Taiwanese stone industry. This study proposes a fuzzy AHP Approach to help five domain experts individually evaluate three KPS development tools. Then, a technique to determine the weights of experts, which is used while aggregating group decisions, is addressed. Finally, the weighted geometric mean method is applied to reach the final decision.

  • Decision Support Evaluation of knowledge portal development tools using a fuzzy AHP Approach: The case of Taiwanese stone industry
    , 2007
    Co-Authors: Victor B. Kreng

    Abstract:

    The mission of Stone Industry Development Center (SIDC) at Taiwan attempts to promote the upgrading of the Taiwanese stone industry which recently has suffered a severe depression. After several years of technical developments, SIDC tends to shift focus to efficient use of existing knowledge/information. Consequently, a knowledge portal system (KPS) is expected to be a strategic tool to improve the competitiveness of the Taiwanese stone industry. This study proposes a fuzzy AHP Approach to help five domain experts individually evaluate three KPS development tools. Then, a technique to determine the weights of experts, which is used while aggregating group decisions, is addressed. Finally, the weighted geometric mean method is applied to reach the final decision. 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Rajat Bhagwat – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • An integrated BSC‐AHP Approach for supply chain management evaluation
    Measuring Business Excellence, 2007
    Co-Authors: Milind Kumar Sharma, Rajat Bhagwat

    Abstract:

    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop an integrated balanced scorecard (BSC) analytical hierarchy process (AHP) Approach for supply chain management (SCM) evaluation. It aims to measure SCM performance from the following four perspectives: finance, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth.Design/methodology/Approach – The BSC is developed in the paper based on an extensive review of literature on SCM performance measures, supported by AHP analysis.Findings – The paper develops a BSC for SCM evaluation and proposes a method to prioritize the different performance levels in any organization using AHP methodology. It also suggests from the view of different decision levels and overall performance measurement that is the best BSC perspective.Practical implications – The integrated BSC‐AHP methodology developed in this paper provides useful guidance for practical managers in evaluation and measuring of SCM in a balanced way.Originality/value – This paper proposes a balanced perf…

  • an integrated bsc AHP Approach for supply chain management evaluation
    Measuring Business Excellence, 2007
    Co-Authors: Milind Kumar Sharma, Rajat Bhagwat

    Abstract:

    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop an integrated balanced scorecard (BSC) analytical hierarchy process (AHP) Approach for supply chain management (SCM) evaluation. It aims to measure SCM performance from the following four perspectives: finance, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth.Design/methodology/Approach – The BSC is developed in the paper based on an extensive review of literature on SCM performance measures, supported by AHP analysis.Findings – The paper develops a BSC for SCM evaluation and proposes a method to prioritize the different performance levels in any organization using AHP methodology. It also suggests from the view of different decision levels and overall performance measurement that is the best BSC perspective.Practical implications – The integrated BSC‐AHP methodology developed in this paper provides useful guidance for practical managers in evaluation and measuring of SCM in a balanced way.Originality/value – This paper proposes a balanced perf…

Milind Kumar Sharma – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • An integrated BSC‐AHP Approach for supply chain management evaluation
    Measuring Business Excellence, 2007
    Co-Authors: Milind Kumar Sharma, Rajat Bhagwat

    Abstract:

    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop an integrated balanced scorecard (BSC) analytical hierarchy process (AHP) Approach for supply chain management (SCM) evaluation. It aims to measure SCM performance from the following four perspectives: finance, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth.Design/methodology/Approach – The BSC is developed in the paper based on an extensive review of literature on SCM performance measures, supported by AHP analysis.Findings – The paper develops a BSC for SCM evaluation and proposes a method to prioritize the different performance levels in any organization using AHP methodology. It also suggests from the view of different decision levels and overall performance measurement that is the best BSC perspective.Practical implications – The integrated BSC‐AHP methodology developed in this paper provides useful guidance for practical managers in evaluation and measuring of SCM in a balanced way.Originality/value – This paper proposes a balanced perf…

  • an integrated bsc AHP Approach for supply chain management evaluation
    Measuring Business Excellence, 2007
    Co-Authors: Milind Kumar Sharma, Rajat Bhagwat

    Abstract:

    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop an integrated balanced scorecard (BSC) analytical hierarchy process (AHP) Approach for supply chain management (SCM) evaluation. It aims to measure SCM performance from the following four perspectives: finance, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth.Design/methodology/Approach – The BSC is developed in the paper based on an extensive review of literature on SCM performance measures, supported by AHP analysis.Findings – The paper develops a BSC for SCM evaluation and proposes a method to prioritize the different performance levels in any organization using AHP methodology. It also suggests from the view of different decision levels and overall performance measurement that is the best BSC perspective.Practical implications – The integrated BSC‐AHP methodology developed in this paper provides useful guidance for practical managers in evaluation and measuring of SCM in a balanced way.Originality/value – This paper proposes a balanced perf…