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Author Chao-ning Chen
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Department Management Business Administration
Year 2008 Semester 1
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language Chinese&English Page Count 98
Title THE IMPACT OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND JIT PURCHASING ON THE DEGREE OF
AGILE MANUFACTURING, VALUE TO CUSTOMER
AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Keyword
  • AGILE MANUFACTURING
  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • JIT PURCHASING
  • JIT PURCHASING
  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • AGILE MANUFACTURING
  • Abstract With the times changing, the current high degree of economic and technological development cannot be compared with the corporate environment of the past. Manufacturers can no longer use traditional mass production models to meet the changing needs of the customers. In such a harsh competitive environment, the various manufacturers have started to actively change and research production/operations methods. They provide differentiated services to the customers allowing products to have added value as well as cost advantages.
    The research subjects is the top 1,000 Taiwanese manufacturers announced by the Business Weekly Magazine in 2007 through a mailing survey. Empirical data is analyzed by using structural equation modeling with AMOS 5.0 to explore the impacts of supply chain management, JIT purchasing on the degree of agile manufacturing, value to customer, and competitive advantage.
    The results supported the hypotheses that the JIT purchasing has positive impact on  the degree of agile manufacturing and agile manufacturing has a positive impact on customer value and competitive advantage. In case of supply chain management, its impact on agile manufacturing is not significant.
    Advisor Committee
  • Kun-Huang Yeh - advisor
  • Files indicate not accessible
    Date of Defense 2009-01-09 Date of Submission 2009-02-04


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