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URN etd-0910104-002547
Author Kuo-an Chung
Author's Email Address fchung@ms2.hinet.net
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Department Information Management
Year 2003
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study of Integrating Business Process and Core Competence to Improve the Competitive Advantages for the Steel Industry
Date of Defense 2004-06-25
Page Count 166
Keyword
  • learning organization
  • Competitive advantage
  • business process reengineering
  • core competence
  • supply chain
  • Abstract   Since 1990s, rapidly changing business environments such as information technology advancements and global logistical competitions have brought enterprises many challenges. Recently, due to its rapid economic grow, China has become a “world factory” but it will also cause the steel industry to face the problem of sterner challenges and crises for coping the huge steel demand. Most enterprises may make efforts to retain their competency and keep abreast of market status through so-called business process reengineering (BPR). Under such circumstances, it becomes very important for steel industry to integrate their business process and core competence to improve the competitive advantages.
      Through literature review, in-depth interviews with experts and implementing experience of BPR project in steel plant, a reference model was developed to examine the core competence and facilitate the BPR. Some cases from domestic and oversea steel companies with successful experience in BPR project have been studied for validation of the model. And the result shows that this validated model can be used for the steel industry to implement their BPR projects.
      In this study, it is also indicated that the core competence, composed of managerial system, physical system, skill and values of behavior, is very crucial to successfully fulfill the business process reengineering. The BPR project needs CEO’s full support. The practical technical system and the skill of employees may speed up to build and maintain the new process. However if the new system is deemed to likely violate the rights and interests of employees, they may resist to reform. Therefore the learning organization in managerial system should guide the employees and communicate occasionally with their employees and with forming a value and a paradigm of common behavior in the company, the BPR could be actually carried out.
    Advisory Committee
  • Ho Chin - Fu - chair
  • Tu Yi - Min - co-chair
  • Liu Bin - Yang - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2004-09-10

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