Supply chain efficiency analysis in innovative company based on MCC-3C methodology
The expansion of three-circuit Matrix of Core Competencies (MCC-3C) methodology aimed at improving supply chain (SC) efficiency in an innovative company is examined. It is demonstrated that analysis of production and development factor groups as part of the MCC-3C model, when analysing the supply chain structure, makes it possible to distinguish the criteria for decision-making on allocation and optimising the utilisation of competencies involved in the company’s activities. Approaches for determining the applicability limits of qualitative theories and formation of quantitative assessments are proposed that allow justifying the structure of internal SC and positioning in external ones. An example of the MCC-3C methodology application in the SC design of an international company producing final hi-tech products is provided.