As the use of renewable energy is growing worldwide, the wind industry is being endorsed as a promising source for clean energy supply. In this context, the strategic management of the supply chain is fundamental to pursue a steady expansion of renewable energy. However, the fragmentation between energy policy design and implementation has been considered as a major cause threatening the effectiveness in managing the supply chain. This problem has been provoked mainly by an unsynchronized and uncoordinated decision-making process that involves public and private institutions. This chapter proposes the adoption of a dynamic performance management approach for enhancing a collaborative governance perspective aimed at supporting the strategic coordination in designing and implementing wind energy policies in Brazil. Using lessons learned from simulating the supply chain, key performance drivers for mitigating inconsistencies in decision-making processes are identified and discussed. The chapter updates and improves the findings of a research project recently developed by the authors (Herrera and Cosenz, The Electricity Journal, 32(8), 106636, 2019).

Herrera Milton Mauricio, Cosenz Federico, Dyner Isaac (2020). Blending Collaborative Governance and Dynamic Performance Management to Foster Policy Coordination in Renewable Energy Supply Chains. In C. Bianchi, Luna-Reyes LF, E. Rich (a cura di), Enabling Collaborative Governance through Systems Modeling Methods. Public Policy Design and Implementation (pp. 237-261). Springer [10.1007/978-3-030-42970-6_11].

Blending Collaborative Governance and Dynamic Performance Management to Foster Policy Coordination in Renewable Energy Supply Chains

Herrera Milton Mauricio;Cosenz Federico;
2020

Abstract

As the use of renewable energy is growing worldwide, the wind industry is being endorsed as a promising source for clean energy supply. In this context, the strategic management of the supply chain is fundamental to pursue a steady expansion of renewable energy. However, the fragmentation between energy policy design and implementation has been considered as a major cause threatening the effectiveness in managing the supply chain. This problem has been provoked mainly by an unsynchronized and uncoordinated decision-making process that involves public and private institutions. This chapter proposes the adoption of a dynamic performance management approach for enhancing a collaborative governance perspective aimed at supporting the strategic coordination in designing and implementing wind energy policies in Brazil. Using lessons learned from simulating the supply chain, key performance drivers for mitigating inconsistencies in decision-making processes are identified and discussed. The chapter updates and improves the findings of a research project recently developed by the authors (Herrera and Cosenz, The Electricity Journal, 32(8), 106636, 2019).
Settore SECS-P/07 - Economia Aziendale
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Herrera Milton Mauricio, Cosenz Federico, Dyner Isaac (2020). Blending Collaborative Governance and Dynamic Performance Management to Foster Policy Coordination in Renewable Energy Supply Chains. In C. Bianchi, Luna-Reyes LF, E. Rich (a cura di), Enabling Collaborative Governance through Systems Modeling Methods. Public Policy Design and Implementation (pp. 237-261). Springer [10.1007/978-3-030-42970-6_11].
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