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dc.description.abstract在現今市場中,製造商能快速反應顧客需求已變成了不可或缺的要素。因此,競爭優勢的來源來自於採行客製化策略(customization);此外,擴大產品多樣化與提供高顧客服務品質是製造商在面臨全球化市場所需完成的兩個主要挑戰。企業如何運用最低的成本與最佳的方式去滿足日新月異的顧客需求?已有許多觀念如:大量客製化(mass customization)、減少前置時間(lead-time reduction)、產品再設計以及延遲理論……等觀念已應運而生。透過這些供應鏈的控制,公司可以提升本身的績效、增加庫存週轉率、快速反應顧客需求、增加顧客滿意度……等等。 本篇論文發展出一套架構來分析供應鏈控制與績效之間的關係。在透過一連串的因素分析下,本篇論文可發現延後產品差異化策略與外包策略可影響公司本身績效。此外,產品屬性與環境和供應鏈的交互作用也會被檢驗是否會對供應鏈控制與績效之間產生影響。 最終,本論文會從中衍生出管理意涵與相關的討論,能提供後續有關於現今產業中延遲生產與外包研究的調查與建議。zh_TW
dc.description.abstractNowadays it is essential for manufacturers to satisfy customers' rapidly changing needs. One of the competitive advantages is based on customization. As a result, increasing product variety and providing satisfactory customer service are the two major challenges for manufacturers to compete in the global market. How companies respond to constantly changing demands with the lowest cost incorporates concepts such as mass customization, lead-time reduction, outsourcing, redesigning products and processes so as to delaying the point of product differentiation. Through the above supply chain strategies, firms could improve their performance, increase inventory turnover, respond to customers' needs rapidly, and enhance customer satisfaction, for example. This study develops a simple model to analyze the relationship between control of the supply chain and firm performance. We find out that postponement and outsourcing influence firms' performance. In addition, the interaction effects between product characteristics and the environmental dynamism and supply chain strategies on control of the supply chain-performance relationship were examined. Last, we derived managerial insights and conducted related discussions. Possible future studies in postponement and outsourcing are also proposed.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents1. Introduction 1 2. Literature Review 4 2.1. Definitions of Postponement 4 2.2. The Advantages of Postponement 5 2.3. The Disadvantages of Postponement 7 2.4. Definitions of Outsourcing 7 2.5. The Advantages of Outsourcing 8 2.6. The Disadvantages of Outsourcing 9 3. Theory Development 10 3.1. Control of the supply chain 10 3.2. Postponement 12 3.3. Outsourcing 13 3.4. Product Characteristics 14 3.5. Environmental Dynamism 17 4. Research Methodology 19 4.1. Sample and Sampling Procedures 19 4.2. Measures 20 5. Analysis and Results 24 5.1. Reliability and Construct Validity 24 5.2. Hypotheses testing 25 6. Discussion 31 6.1. Conclusions 31 6.2. Managerial implications 32 6.3. Limitations 33 6.4. Future directions 34 Reference 35en_US
dc.subjectdelayed product differentiationen_US
dc.subjectmass customizationen_US
dc.titleThe Relationship between Supply Chain Strategies and Firm Performance within Environmental Dynamism and Different Product Characteristicsen_US
dc.typeThesis and Dissertationzh_TW
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