Performance measurement models are evolving fast in recent years, many research studies have been done regarding the nature and the methodologies of measuring performance in organizations. The present global economic environment of continuous change is demanding new business models and competitive strategies. These new models are being characterized by integration, and new technologies adoption, their operations are being forced to look not only in individual company, but also in their entire set of operations networks. The present challenge is to extend the performance management and measurement models developed for isolated companies to supply chains. This article aims to systematically review the literature on supply chain performance management and measurement in order to map the trends and behavior of scientific production developed in the field.