|dc.description.abstract||This study investigates how an enterprise created its own value from difficult times and sustained its business based on the theory of simplified management. The survival of an enterprise is mainly determined by the competitive advantages. In recent years, globalization is becoming more and more important, almost all firms worldwide have the abilities and skills to produce similar or same products, therefore, many enterprises launching new products are facing the problems of piracy and copyright. Especially, for the high-tech industries in Taiwan and China, they lack of branding and innovation and rely on the orders from the European, U.S. or Japanese enterprises.
Under this kind of situation, a number of EMS (Electronics Manufacturing Services Industry) plants have begun to introduce the lean production system in the 90s, and carried out a series of internal transformation and reduction plans to increase competitiveness, focusing on efficiency, yield rate, quality, material, cost and personnel. In addition, most enterprises are aiming to create their core value and sustain their market position in the red sea market. This study tries to utilize this case study to provide the process and the performance for a company to implement the theory of simplified management in practice in the hope that those who want to improve their performance can learn the experience from this case.||en_US|