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研究生:林宜青
研究生(外文):I-Ching Lin
論文名稱:精實或敏捷?供應鏈策略之選擇
論文名稱(外文):To be Lean or to be Agile? The Choice of Supply Chain Strategy
指導教授:梁慧玫梁慧玫引用關係
指導教授(外文):Huei-mei Liang
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:企業管理學系研究所
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2004
畢業學年度:92
語文別:英文
論文頁數:72
中文關鍵詞:精實思考敏捷思考供應鏈管理
外文關鍵詞:lean thinkingagile thinkingsupply chain strategy
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The changing role of manufacturing has ushered in an increasing number of initiatives aimed at improving operations. Specifically, various themes in operations have evolved over time, from forecasting and planning in the 1950s and 1960s through productivity and quality in the 1970s and 1980s respectively, to adaptability and responsiveness in the 1990s.
Even though the emergence of agile paradigm had spurred a large stream of research by scholars, yet most of the research had been at the manufacturing level. Very few researches have gone beyond the manufacturing level to the larger supply chain level. And there are even fewer researches discussing about the combination of lean thinking and agile thinking in supply chain level. Based on the above statement, the purpose of this study is as follows:
1. To identify the definition and characteristics of “Lean” and “Agile”.
2. To explore the relationship of the two kinds of thinking.
3. To prove the practicability of the findings.
This research is organized as follows. Chapter 2 clearly describes the origin, definition and characteristics of lean thinking and agile thinking, and comparison of the two kind of thinking. Chapter 3 introduces the major combination factors of these- material decoupling point, information decoupling point, and postponement. Followed by introduction of three practical ways to combine the lean thinking and agile thinking.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction…………………………………………………………1
1.1 Background……………………………………………………………1
1.2 Motives and objectives of this research………………………………4
1.3 Organization of this research…………………………………………4
Chapter 2 Literature Review……………………………………………………6
2.1 Lean thinking…………………………………………………………6
2.1.1 Origins of lean thinking……………………………………6
2.1.2 Definitions of lean thinking…………………………………7
2.1.3 Important principles of lean thinking……………………10
2.2 Agile thinking………………………………………………………12
2.2.1 Origins of agile thinking…………………………………12
2.2.2 Definitions of agile thinking………………………………13
2.2.3 Agility versus flexibility…………………………………14
2.2.4 Characteristics of the agile supply chain…………………16
2.3 Comparison of the two kinds of thinking……………………………21
Chapter 3 Combining Lean Thinking and Agile Thinking…………………26
3.1 Major factors…………………………………………………………26
3.1.1 Material decoupling point…………………………………27
3.1.2 Information decoupling point……………………………31
3.1.3 Postponement……………………………………………..33
3.2 Practical ways to combine the lean think and agile thinking………35
3.2.1 The Pareto curve approach………………………………...35
3.2.2 The decoupling point approach……………………………36
3.2.3 The surge/base demand separation approach……………38
3.3 An integrated approach to supply chain design- the Agile Enterprise Enabling Model………………………………………………………40
Chapter 4 The Research Findings……………………………………………43
4.1 Introduction of CTO into company A………………………………43
4.1.1 Environment of PC industry……………………………...43
4.1.2 Company profile………….………………………………44
4.1.3 Definition of CTO………………………………………..45
4.2 Key factors while introducing CTO into company A ………………46
4.2.1 EDI-ENT/ WEB-EDI……………………………………..47
4.2.2 Modular BOM (bill of materials)…………………………49
4.3 Findings and discussions from case studying……………………….51
4.3.1 Comparison between BTO and CTO production………….51
4.3.2 Leanness or agility of company A’s supply chain…………52
Chapter 5 Conclusions…………………………………………………………61
5.1 Findings and conclusions……………………………………………61
5.1.1 Five key principles driving lean thinking…………………61
5.1.2 Four distinguishing characteristics of agile supply chain…61
5.1.3 Two characteristics of different importance………………61
5.1.4 Three major factors about combining the two thinking…62
5.1.5 Three ways to combine the lean think and agile thinking…62
5.1.6 Findings from the case studying…………………………62
5.2 Suggestions…………………………………………………………62
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