This book views Samsung Electronics in terms of corporate life cycle as well as product portfolio and strategy. It also examines the issues Samsung faces as it proceeds further into the 21st century. Written from the perspective of an experienced commentator on Korean and global business, this book presents not simply a narrative or an adulatory and uncritical account of Samsung's rise, but a considered analysis of the secrets of success that both business students and CEOs will want to read and consider applying to their own companies.Sony also set about cutting the number of parts it used. In TVs, it trimmed the various chassis (basic platforms) in its sets from 30 to 15, with the aim to get down to six. aWhen we use common chassis, production gets much easier, so our anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-06-28|