The world and society are now constantly evolving through scenarios of global change and development having direct and indirect impact on manufacturing companies. The related manufacturing value chains require different assessment and evaluation of strategic dimensions such as Quality, Innovation, Flexibility and Sustainability. In order to capture and evaluate these dimensions, value modeling methodologies are currently used. Since sustainability is gaining attention as a close future business driver, in this paper an existing and specific Manufacturing Value Modeling Methodology (MVMM) is firstly shortly described to focus then on the analysis and development of sustainability dimension. Implementing manufacturing sustainability into the MVMM requires the setting of a structured information set (named catalogue) that presents an overview of sustainable challenges and opportunities in order to identify a correct structure of metrics (and relevant key performance indicators) for assessment and evaluation, which translate business goals into consistent manufacturing strategy, and allows to improve operational performance by suggesting, and then adopting, a set of best practices. To this end, a qualitative literature review on industrial sustainability performance management has been performed with the aim of analyzing the existing body of literature, re-organizing these data accordingly to a hierarchy of structured KPIs, identifying poor analyzed areas, and finally providing a first comprehensive database of metrics to build up and structure the aforementioned catalogue.

Investigating sustainability as a performance dimension of a novel Manufacturing Value Modeling Methodology (MVMM): From sustainability business drivers to relevant metrics and performance indicators

DEMARTINI, MELISSA;ORLANDI, ILENIA;TONELLI, FLAVIO;ANGUITA, DAVIDE
2016-01-01

Abstract

The world and society are now constantly evolving through scenarios of global change and development having direct and indirect impact on manufacturing companies. The related manufacturing value chains require different assessment and evaluation of strategic dimensions such as Quality, Innovation, Flexibility and Sustainability. In order to capture and evaluate these dimensions, value modeling methodologies are currently used. Since sustainability is gaining attention as a close future business driver, in this paper an existing and specific Manufacturing Value Modeling Methodology (MVMM) is firstly shortly described to focus then on the analysis and development of sustainability dimension. Implementing manufacturing sustainability into the MVMM requires the setting of a structured information set (named catalogue) that presents an overview of sustainable challenges and opportunities in order to identify a correct structure of metrics (and relevant key performance indicators) for assessment and evaluation, which translate business goals into consistent manufacturing strategy, and allows to improve operational performance by suggesting, and then adopting, a set of best practices. To this end, a qualitative literature review on industrial sustainability performance management has been performed with the aim of analyzing the existing body of literature, re-organizing these data accordingly to a hierarchy of structured KPIs, identifying poor analyzed areas, and finally providing a first comprehensive database of metrics to build up and structure the aforementioned catalogue.
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