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標題: A+Study+on+Core+Competence+of+Rootstalk+Vegetable+Producers+Based+on+the+Value+Chain+Model
作者: Chen, Tzy-Ling
關鍵字: 價值鏈;Core competence;核心經營能力;根莖類蔬菜;農民;Rootstalk vegetable Producers;Value chain
出版社: 臺中巿: 國立中興大學農學院
Project: 農林學報, Volume 61, Issue 2, Page(s) 99-120.
Vegetable industry in Taiwan is currently dealing with the competitive effects of globalization process. Core competence is recognized as highly related to competitive advantages, which has been the subject of much research in many fields. However, few research concerning core competence or value chain attributes of farm managers or producers has been found in agricultural context. The impetus that increases the core competence of farming will presumably feed into development of competitive advantages and greater economic capacity of rootstalk vegetable producers. Built upon the concepts of core competence and value chain model for analysis, this study examined the core competence of farming which rootstalk vegetable producers possess and assessed their training and development needs using the same core competence framework. In this research 213 farmers included for investigation were based on the criterion of their international trading experiences in exporting the rootstalk vegetable products. The results showed that rootstalk vegetable producers consider "marketing and sale" and "human resource management" as the most deficient core competencies of farming. It also revealed a more contemporary need in developing core competence of farming consists of both main and supplementary activities pertaining to the value chain. Finally this study discussed effects of some personal and farming characteristics on core competence development needs of rootstalk vegetable producers.

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