The Entrepreneurial and B2B Linkage Management of Traditional Dairy Communities in Central Luzon, Philippines

Matilde Melicent Santos-Recto

Abstract


The research expounded the profiles of two sectoral players, the supply-side players who are the carabao milk producers and the demand-side players who are the milk processors; characterized the business process relational practices of the two sectors; determined the best entrepreneurial and management activities and setbacks of the strategic partnership relations; and finally presented a relational and linkage model to synergize and reconfigure the B2B connections of the Carabao Milk to Pastillas Chain Model. Findings showed that there was only a barely conspicuous link between the two sectors to be able to determine a verifiable carabao milk and pastillas chain. The link was perceptible only in a few fields of B2B BPM practices. To form a strong link between the two sectors, the coordinated Single Step Demand-Driven Carabao Milk-Pastillas Chain Model was proposed to ally the two sectors through the Five-Fields Synergy System Model of Linkage Management which was placed in-between the sectors on the assumption that the carabao milk market acts on a demand-driven supply chain principle. Taken in its generic form, the model can be applied to other base commodities of any two or more agri-food sectors as long as there is a coordinating body that will serve as the core. 


Keywords


business to business (B2B); business process management (BPM); demand-driven supply chain; enterprise development; strategic management;

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Guided Interview Schedule Key Informants

Dela Cruz, Andrea. January 16, 2011. Commercial Milk Processor and Proprietor-Entrepreneur, Andreas Pastillas, Buliran, San Miguel Bulacan

Hipolito, Leticia. May 24, 2011. Individual Milk Processor and Entrepreneur-Owner, Aling Ine’s Pastillas (formerly Letty’s Pastillas), Poblacion, San Ildefonso, Bulacan

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Martinez, Florante, January 29, 2011. Independent Milk Collector, Imelda Valley I, Palayan City, Nueva Ecija

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22137/ijst.2018.v3n1.04

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