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系統識別號 U0026-0812200915052915
論文名稱(中文) 產業環境與夥伴關係對供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度的影響關係研究-以台灣金屬產業為例
論文名稱(英文) The Effect of Industrial Environment and Partnership on the Degree of Collaboration for Supply Chain Value Innovation: An Example of Metal Industry in Taiwan
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 企業管理學系專班
系所名稱(英) Department of Business Administration (on the job class)
學年度 97
學期 1
出版年 98
研究生(中文) 何天佐
研究生(英文) Tien-Tsuo He
電子信箱 r4795101@mail.ncku.edu.tw
學號 r4795101
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
論文頁數 76頁
口試委員 口試委員-余明助
口試委員-鄭文英
口試委員-張淑昭
指導教授-陳淑惠
中文關鍵字 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度  夥伴關係  產業環境  金屬產業 
英文關鍵字 Industrial Environment  Collaboration for Supply Chain Value Innovation  Partnership  Metal industry 
學科別分類
中文摘要 在面臨全球情勢劇烈變化的時刻,企業已透過供應鏈的串聯整合,建構出競爭又合作的營運模式,目前產業發展趨勢已從過往單打獨鬥轉換成追求群體最大效益產出,團體中的成員都需體認各自的定位與能力,方能發揮完全的力量滿足彼此所需。由於台灣廠商過往主要以OEM代工型態居多,但受到新興地區低廉成本崛起所帶來的衝擊,已逐漸失去競爭優勢,當此危機,企業該如何突破困境,透過供應鏈協同合作達到價值創新,不失為一種新的思考方式。

本研究以國內金屬產業作為研究對象,探討企業廠商對於現今產業環境的認知和差異以及選擇往來供應商之夥伴關係因素,進而延伸到其對供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度及企業績效的主要影響作用為何。經由網路問卷及人際網絡關係以電子郵件及書面方式共發送550份,回收103 份有效問卷,經由統計分析後,研究結果顯示:

1.企業對產業環境的認知程度會受到其身處供應鏈位置不同而有所顯著差異;企業不同的經營模式對夥伴選擇沒有差異,但對關係建立之程度有顯著差異。
2.在現今的時空背景下,企業對產業環境的認知對夥伴關係及供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度沒有顯著的直接影響。然而,趨勢顯示當產業環境異質性與動態性愈高,將會降低決策同步化與資訊分享的程度。
3.夥伴選擇與決策同步化呈現正向顯著相關,而關係建立與資訊分享及決策同步化呈現正向顯著相關,代表夥伴關係愈密切時,愈容易促進彼此對於市場未來需求的共同整體規劃,提升供應鏈協同價值創新合作的資訊分享及決策同步化程度。
4.當動機一致性程度越高時,供應鏈成員因了解整體供應鏈相關利益,將有助於提升供應鏈整體合作關係,增進企業績效表現。
英文摘要 Faced with dramatic changes in the global situation of the moment, the enterprises have been through the supply chain tandem integration and cooperation to build a competitive mode of operation. At present the industrial development tendency has fought alone from the passing singles transforms the pursue community biggest benefit to deliver, in association's members must realize the respective localization and ability, only then can display the complete strength to satisfy each other to need. Taiwanese manufacturers as a result of the past, mainly OEM foundry patterns mostly, but by the emerging low-cost areas of the impact of the rise has been gradually losing its competitive edge. At this time the crisis, how the enterprises should break through the difficult position, achieves the value innovation by the supply chain coordination cooperation, is one new thinking pattern.
This research takes the object of study by the domestic metal industry, the discussion enterprise regarding the nowadays industry environment cognition and the difference as well as of partnership factor the choice intercourse supplier, and then extended to degree of collaboration for supply chain value innovation and the enterprise performance are the major effect affects. Through the Internet questionnaire and interpersonal networks to e-mail and in writing to send a total of 550, recovered 103 valid questionnaires. After statistical analysis, the findings showed:
1.The enterprise will receive it to the industrial environment cognition degree to place the supply chain position differently to have the significant difference.
2.Enterprises of different mode of operation there was no difference of partner selection, but the degree of the relationship establishment have the significant differences.
3.Under nowadays’s condition, enterprises to industrial environment cognition to the partnership and degree of collaboration for supply chain value innovation there is no significant direct effect. However, the trend indicates that when the industrial environment gets more heterogeneity and hostility will reduce the decision synchronization and information sharing level.
4.The partner selection and decision synchronization present a significant positive correlation, while the partnership establishment with the information sharing and decision synchronization present a significant positive correlation. It means that more closely when the partnership, the more easily with each other for market promotion of the common future needs overall planning of supply chain collaboration to enhance the value of innovation and cooperation in information sharing and decision synchronization.
5.The higher the degree of incentive alignment, supply chain members understand the whole supply chain-related benefit, will help enhance the cooperation between the overall supply chain improve enterprise performance.
論文目次 目錄 V
表目錄 VII
圖目錄 VIII
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景 1
第二節 研究動機 3
第三節 研究目的 5
第四節 研究流程 6
第二章 文獻探討 7
第一節 金鼠產業概況 7
第二節 產業環境 10
2.2.1 環境意涵
2.2.2 產業環境之衡量 11
第三節 夥伴關係 14
2.3.1 夥伴關係之定義 14
2.3.2 夥伴關係之衡量 16
2.3.2.1夥伴關係的選擇與建立 16
2.3.2.2夥伴關係的維持 18
第四節 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度
2.4.1 供應鏈協同合作 19
2.4.2 供應鏈協同價值創新 21
2.4.3 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度之衡量 22
第五節 企業績效 23
第三章 研究方法 26
第一節 研究架構 26
第二節 研究假設 27
3.2.1 產業環境對夥伴關係之影響 27
3.2.2 產業環境對供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度之影響 28
3.2.3 夥伴關係對供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度之影響 29
3.2.4 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度對企業績效之影響 30
第三節 問項與變數衡量 31
3.3.1 產業環境 32
3.3.2 夥伴關係 33
3.3.3 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度 34
3.3.4 企業績效 35
第四節 研究設計 36
第五節 資料分析方法 37
第四章 研究結果 38
第一節 樣本資料分析 38
第二節 信度分析 43
4.2.1 產業環境之信度分析 43
4.2.2 夥伴關係之信度分析 44
4.2.3 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度之信度分析 45
4.2.4 企業績效之信度分析 46
第三節 相關分析 47
第四節 變異數分析 49
4.4.1 不同企業特質在產業環境及夥伴關係的差異分析 49
第五節 迴歸分析 52
第五章 結論與建議 56
第一節 研究結論 56
5.1.1 企業特質對產業環境及夥伴關係認知 56
5.1.2 產業環境對夥伴關係之影響 56
5.1.3 產業環境對供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度之影響 57
5.1.4 夥伴關係對供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度之影響 57
5.1.5 供應鏈協同價值創新合作程度對企業績效之影響 57
第二節 管理意涵 58
第三節 後續研究建議 60
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附錄 67
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