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Daniel L. Gardner

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NikoTech: Current Assets, Liabilities and Supply Chain Velocity

Undoubtedly, the best source of information for measuring short-term financial performance is the income statement. However, in order to take a multi-dimensional view of supply chain execution, one must also focus on the utilization of assets during the same time period measured on the income statement. It is this balance between financial outcomes and asset management that unites the most critical components of a business model, allowing managers to understand the true profitability and productivity of their international operations.

A first step in measuring asset utilization introduces the dimension of time to the analysis. A focus on continuously reducing cumulative lead times, expressed in days, emphasizes the need for velocity in all areas of a company's operations. From this angle, discussion of asset productivity takes on a new dimension, combining traditional ideas on utilization with the need for supply chain velocity. Using a combination of metrics and tools, both utilization and velocity can be linked to the balance sheet, providing a unique look at the effectiveness of a global operation.

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