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    Title: Exploring Intra-firm Technology Transfer in the IC-Industry:Case Study of an International Firm
    Authors: 陳坤成;James, K.C.Chen;穆馬速;Moslehpour, Massoud
    Contributors: 經營管理學系
    Date: 2011-09
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 12:48:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: "Technological advancement in IC- manufacturing
    continues to increase in demand of about 8-10% per year. Due to
    continued and rapid growing market for IC industry, extension
    of semiconductor manufacturing sites wafer fabrication (fab) is
    necessary. Large-scale firms have to transfer the manufacturing
    technology from one country to another in order to save cost.
    One of key issues for the firms is to make sure the most efficient
    and practical way for technology transfer. The objective of this
    research is to propose a systematical analysis methodology for
    international intra-firm technology transfer in the IC-industry.
    This paper utilizes an international case study on a recent
    technology transfer in the IC industry. A set of key performance
    index (KPIs) are defined to measure the grade of success of the
    project management. This study uses KPIs evaluation of the
    technology transfer project setup success key factors (SKFs) and
    process. We combine the literature review, interview expert and
    project management to construct individual KPIs of technology
    transfer project. Technology transfer is closely related to
    knowledge transfer. It’s a time limited transaction and is treated
    as a project. A structured and organized procedure with
    dedicated teams at the sending and receiving site is necessary.
    The “copy smart” methodology is applied in this case study. The
    findings of this study suggest further improvements for
    technology transfer projects can be made by locating the project
    leader at the receiving site in order to have better control."
    Relation: PICMET: Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology, Proceedings
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