Tool for identifying critical control points in embedded purchasing activities in SMEs

Geoffrey Hagelaar, Anne Staal, Richard Holman, Gert Walhof

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    This paper discusses risk and uncertainty aspects and proposes an assessment tool leading to identification of critical control points (CCPs) within purchasing-oriented activities of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Identifying such CCPs is the basis for developing SME purchasing instruments to support purchasing-oriented activities. The identification of such CCPs will be theoretically approached from a systems perspective using four management functions which are needed to operate as a viable system: implementation, control, intelligence and coordination. When applied to the development of purchasing instruments, these instruments can be used for supporting one of these four management control functions.
    Originele taal-2English
    Aantal pagina's14
    StatusPublished - 2015
    Evenement24th International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference 2015 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Duur: 29 mrt 20151 apr 2015
    Congresnummer: 24th
    http://www.ipsera.com/event-1722585

    Conference

    Conference24th International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference 2015
    Verkorte titelIPSERA 2015
    LandNetherlands
    StadAmsterdam
    Periode29/03/151/04/15
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    Keywords

    • strategisch inkoopmanagement
    • midden- en kleinbedrijf
    • controlesystemen

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