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Building Network Capabilities in Turbulent Competitive Environments (Resource Management, nr. 49)

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Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC) are among the largest and fastest growing economies in the world. This book presents strategies for recognizing the challenges and optimizing the opportunities for building network capabilities and competitive advantage within the context of these emerging markets. It provides a thorough review of the literature and an unparalleled abundance of fascinating case studies featuring Japanese, Korean, and indigenous business examples. The information is presented within a fully formulated theoretical framework of technological competence, customer competence, and linkage competence, as well as covering the concepts of product architecture and supply chain management.
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ISBN-13: 9781466515758
ISBN-10: 1466515759
Pagini: 244
Ilustrații: 43 black & white illustrations, 4 black & white tables
Dimensiuni: 152 x 231 x 20 mm
Greutate: 0.48 kg
Editura: CRC Press
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Dr. Paul Hong is a professor of operations management at the University of Toledo, USA. He holds a PhD degree in manufacturing management and engineering from the University of Toledo. He also holds an MBA and an MA in economics degree from Bowling Green State University, USA and a BA from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. He has presented and published more than 200 articles in conferences and journals including Journal of Operations Management, International Journal of Production Research, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Benchmarking: An International Journal, British Journal of Educational Technology, Strategic Outsourcing: An International Journal and European Journal of Innovation Management, Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Journal of Business Research, International Journal of Technology Management, International Journal of Information Management, Management Decision, Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Journal of Service Management, and Business Horizons. He is the recipient of Journal of Operations Management Best Paper Finalist Award (2006) for the paper, "Role Change of Design Engineers in Integrated Product Development)," Emerald Literati Network 2011 Awards for Excellence for the paper, "Integration of Supply Chain IT and Lean Practices for Mass Customization: Benchmarking of product and service focused manufacturers," and Best Paper Awards on "Flexible and Redundant Supply Chain Practices to Build Strategic Supply Chain Resilience: Contingent and Resource-Based Perspectives" and "Using Social Media for Competitive Advantage: An Empirical Study" at Annual North American Research Symposium in Tempe, Ariz. 2012 and 2013. He is an editorial review board member of several journals including Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (JHLSCM), and Journal of Enterprise Information Management (JEIM). Since 2006, he has been special issue editor for journals such as Benchmarking: An International Journal (BIJ), International Journal of Business Excellence (IJBEX), International Journal of Services and Operations Management (IJSOM), International Journal of Procurement Management (IJPM), and International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE). He is conference chair and international network coordinator of annual International Symposium and Workshop on Global Supply Chain, Intermodal Transportation and Logistics-4th Symposium in Madrid, Spain, 5th Symposium in Tokyo, Japan and 6th Global Supply Chain Conference in Dearborn, USA. His research interests are in business ecosystem innovation strategy, global supply chain management, and international comparative studies. Dr. Youngwon Park is an associate professor of GCOE Project of Manufacturing Management Research Center at the University of Tokyo, Japan. He holds a PhD degree in the Department of Advanced Social and International Studies from the University of Tokyo, Japan. His articles have been published in journals including Management Decision, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Technology Management, International Journal of Information Management, Business Horizons, Journal of Business Research, Benchmarking: An International Journal, International Journal of Services and Operations Management, International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, International Journal of Business Excellence, International Journal of Procurement Management, Akamon Management Review, Japan Academy of International Business Studies, Japanese Society for Science and Technology Studies, and the Japan Society of Information and Communication Research. He has received research awards including Dissertation Paper Awards from the Japan Association for Social Informatics (JASI), Best Paper Awards from The Japan Society of Information and Communication Research (JSICR), Research Awards of the Social Science Field from The Telecommunications Advancement Foundation (TAF), and Research Students Awards of the Social Science Field from The Telecommunications Advancement Foundation (TAF). His research interests are in technology management, manufacturing and IT strategy, and global supply chain management.

Cuprins

HISTORY

What is Network Capability?: Introduction, Framework, and Contents
Twenty-First Century Global Business Environment
     Changing Product Architecture with the Transition from Analog to Digital
     Network Capability: A New Condition for Effective Responses in Global Business Environment
Literature Review on Network Capability
     Core Competence and Network Capability
     Product Architecture, SCM, and Network Capability
     Innovation and Network Capability
Organization of the Book
Korean IT Industry and Network Leadership: A Comparative Study with Japanese Experiences
Introduction
An Analysis of Economic Growth Models of East Asia
     Literature Review
     Research Framework
Case Analysis
     Korean and Japanese Second-Generation Mobile Communication Industry
          Success of Korean CDMA Industry
           Background of CDMA Industry Development
          Success Factor of CDMA Industry
          CDMA Industry Spreading Effect
Implications of Korean IT Industry Success Factors
     Importance of Network Formation
     Standardization Issue
     Summary of Korean IT Industry’s Success Factors
Discussion
Growth Mechanism and Management of Korean Firms: A Comparative Study with Japanese Experiences
Introduction
Literature Review
     Firm Growth Model and Learning Theory
     Research Framework
Case Studies
     Electronic Industry
          Growth Process of Samsung Electronics (SE)
          Technological Accumulation
Stage through Organizational Learning
          Spillover Stage (Horizontal Extension)
     Automotive Industry
     Growth Processes of Hyundai-Kia Motor Company (HKMC)
     Technology Accumulation through Learning
     Spillover (Horizontal Expansion) Stages
     Spillover (Horizontal Expansion) Mechanism
Conclusion
Product Architecture and Technology Transfer: New Catch-Up Pattern in Digital Era
Introduction
Product/Process Architecture and Global Competitive Advantage
Product Architecture and Technology Transfer
     Growth of Japanese Firms and Technology Transfer
     Product Architecture and Technology
Case Studies
     CD-ROM/DVD Industry
     TV Industry
Discussion
CASE STUDIES OF KOREAN IT INDUSTRY
Korean Semiconductor Industry: A Comparative Study with Japanese Counterpart
Introduction
An Analysis of Semiconductor Industry from Architecture-Based Perspective
     Structure and Characteristics of Semiconductor Industry
     A History of the Semiconductor Industry from an Architecture-Based Perspective
Changing Korean Semiconductor Patterns (From Memory to Logic Semiconductors)
Korean and Japanese Semiconductor Industries and Future Prospects
Discussion
Korean LCD Industry: Product Architecture and Global Supply Chain Management of LCD
Introduction
Product Architecture and SCM (Supply Chain Management) of LCD
     Product Architecture of LCD
     LCD and SCM (Supply Chain Management)
Structure of LCD Industry and Investment of Korean LCD Firms
     Changing Structure of Value Chain System of the LCD Industry
     Korean Firms Position in the LCD TV Market and Investment Status
SCM Strategies of Korean LCD Makers
     Building SCM System by LCD Firms
     SCM System Building Effort by Samsung
     SCM System of LG Display
     Vertical Integration Strategy of LCD architecture
Future Challenges for the Korean Upstream Component Parts Industry
Korean TV Industry: A Case Study of LG Electronics
Introduction
Product Architecture and Operation Management
     Integral Product Architecture and Modular Product Architecture
     Hierarchy of Product Architecture in FPD TV
     LCD and PDP
Case Study
     Case Background
     Case Analysis
     Integration of Panels and SCM System
     Efficient Mass Production through Implementation of LGPS (LG Production System)
Discussion
Korean Mobile Phone Industry: Product Architecture of Mobile Phones and Network Capability
Introduction
Product Architecture of Mobile Phones
     Smartphone and Innovation
New Product Development of Korean Handset Firms
     Global Competitiveness of Korean Mobile Phone Makers
     Product Development Strategy of Korean Handset Makers
Product Development Strategy of Korean Firms and Smartphone Responsive Strategy
     Comparison of Samsung and LG Product Development
     Smartphone and Business Model of Mobile Communication Industry
Discussion
INFRASTRUCTURE OF IT CAPABILITY
Suppliers Support for Supply Chain Integration: Korean Automobile Industry and the Steel Industry
Introduction
Literature Review
     Collaboration and Information Integration between OEM and Its Suppliers
     South Korea Government’s Policy to Support SMEs
Case Studies
     Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group (HKAG)
          Description of the Firm
          Coexistence Cooperation with Suppliers
     POSCO
          Company History
          POCSO’s 3.0 Innovation Projects
          POSCO Innovation and Collaboration with Suppliers
Discussion
Product Development of Japanese Electronics Industry
Introduction
Product Architecture and CAD Usage
     Design Idea and Product Architecture Measure
     Product Architecture and CAD Usage
Research Model and Framework
     Research Framework
     Research Methods
Results
     Component Parts Statistics of Investigated Products
     Product Architecture and Measurement Results
     Electronic Product Development and CAD Usage
Conclusion
IT Usage Strategy of Korean Firms: Case Studies of Mobile Display Manufacturers
Introduction
Literature Review
     SCM and Database Integration Capability
     Research Model
Case Studies
     Case A
     Case B
Discussion
IT Usage Strategy of Japanese Firms: Product Lifecycle Management for the Global Market
Introduction
Literature Review
     Global Issues of Product Lifecycle Management
     A Research Framework
Case Studies
     Case A
          Conversion of Product Architecture in Response to Global Marketing
           The Results of Changing Product Architecture
     Case B
          Adoption of a Design Navigation System
          System Adoption Results
     Case C
          Design Localization for Local Product
          Results of Adoption
     Case D
          Global BOM (Bill of Materials)
Conclusion
Integrated Manufacturing and IT Strategy for Futuristic PLM: A Conceptual Framework from Japanese Firms
Introduction
Literature Review
      Past and Future of Product Lifecycle Management
     A Framework of Futuristic PLM
Case Studies
      Case A
     Case B
     Case C
Discussion
Conclusion
References