A Results-oriented approach to APEC’s Supply Chain Connectivity Initiative, October 2009

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A Results-oriented approach to APEC’s Supply Chain Connectivity Initiative, October 2009

Publication Number

APEC#209-SE-01.11

Published Date

December 2009

Type of Publication

Reports

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APEC Secretariat, APEC Policy Support Unit

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Description

At the Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) in July 2009, the Policy Support Unit (PSU) was requested to develop “holistic tools that are applicable to APEC’s Supply Chain Connectivity Initiative.” It was recognized that the World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index (LPI) was one possible tool but that other measures could also be used. The PSU agrees that the LPI could be augmented with additional measures and proposes the use of a Results Framework to capture the performance measurement of the Supply Chain Connectivity Initiative (SCI) in a holistic manner.

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1. INTRODUCTION
A. APEC’S SUPPLY CHAIN CONNECTIVITY INITIATIVE
B. A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT USING A RESULTS FRAMEWORK

2. KEY ELEMENTS OF THE RESULTS FRAMEWORK FOR AN INITIATIVE
A. THE RESULTS FRAMEWORK
B. DEFINING AND ACHIEVING THE GOAL
C. FORMULATING THE STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
D. IDENTIFYING SPECIFIC ACTIONS
E. ANALYTICAL FOUNDATIONS
F. MONITORING AND EVALUATION
G. OUTCOME VS. INPUT AND PROCESS MONITORING

3. DEVELOPING THE SUPPLY CHAIN CONNECTIVITY INITIATIVE
A. ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION/PROBLEM
B. IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SCI

4. A PROPOSED RESULTS FRAMEWORK FOR THE SCI
A. EVALUATING THE OUTCOMES AND IMPACT OF THE SCI
B. MONITORING THE IMPLEMENTATION AND PROGRESS OF THE SCI ACTION PLAN

5. CONCLUSION

REFERENCES
GLOSSARY
ANNEX 1. TOP THREE EXPORTS AND IMPORTS BETWEEN EACH MEMBER ECONOMY AND APEC
ANNEX 2. GAP IN PERFORMANCE BY LPI DIMENSION: PRESENTED FROM SMALLEST TO LARGEST GAP IN PERFORMANCE VS. WORLD BEST PRACTICE
ANNEX 3. GAP IN PERFORMANCE RELATIVE TO INCOME GROUP
ANNEX 4. GAP IN PERFORMANCE IN TERMS OF TIME AND COST
ANNEX 5. METADATA
ANNEX 6. EXAMPLE OF A DATA AVAILABILITY MATRIX FOR A TENTATIVE LOCAI
ANNEX 7. SOURCES OF INDUSTRY INFORMATION