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URN etd-0629116-164329 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 400 times. Download 0 times. Author Kuo-Hua Chung Author's Email Address No Public. Department Engineering Management, College of Engineering Year 2015 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 79 Title THE OPERATION MECHANISMS TO TERMINATE COMPANY BUSINESS - A VIETNAM COMPANY CASE STUDY Keyword operational mechanisms operational mechanisms Abstract After years of persistent loss of its Vietnamese subsidiary (Company A), its holding company in Taiwan (Company B) adopts a corporate resolution in 2013 to stop the continuing operation of Company A. Company B then appointed this researcher with the responsibility to carry out its instructions. This researcher was unable to find useful resources or relevant case studies to help with this assignment. This thesis is a summary of the researcher’s own experiences to effectively and successfully shut down the operations at Company A while being responsible to its employees, Company B and the affected societal community.
The goal of this thesis paper is to provide a case study on the operation mechanisms to effectively shut down the company operation,based on the researcher’s experience.Based on this case study, the researcher desires to add to the limited library of resources on “the operation mechanisms to terminate ompany business” and to provide the valuable material, those who may be benefited from this case study.
The results of this paper will provide a detailed description of the key practices and issues for analysis, discussion and proper treatment. This paper also aims to establish a set of “the operation mechanisms to terminate company business ” ,with content to address how to handle issues that may arise from stopping on-going operation of a company, with useful tables/charts to be used for the proper execution of the project, to provide a valuable set of tools for future uses.
Advisor Committee Ming-Guo Her - advisor
none - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2016-05-20 Date of Submission 2016-06-30