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Student Number 964201038
Author Hsin-yu Kang(康馨予)
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Department Business Administration
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study On The New Product Development Supplier Selection And Evaluation
Date of Defense 2009-07-10
Page Count 83
Keyword
  • Buyer-supplier relationships
  • Integrating supplier’s knowledge
  • New product development
  • New product development performance.
  • Supplier selection and evaluation
  • Abstract New product development is knowledge-creating process (Nonaka and Takeuchi, 2005). Previous researches have confirmed integrating supplier has positive influence to new product development (NPD) performance. As a result, one important issue that arises is how to select and evaluate the right new product development supplier to integrate into the new product development project.
     This study reviews the relative literatures on the subject of supplier selection, and bases on the analysis result of the questionnaire survey to build up the selection model of the new product development supplier. Then use Satty’s analytic hierarchy process (AHP) method to analyze the relative weight and the important rank of the dimensions and factors. We also simulate the selective situation of the new product development supplier to test the validity and performance of the model.
     The research finds that the most important dimensions of selecting and evaluating new product development supplier are: the new product development performance of integrating supplier, Buyer-supplier relationships, and Integrating supplier’s knowledge. The relative importance of the traditional supplier selection dimension is lower than the other dimensions. The study’s findings suggest that manufacturer should use the new way to select and evaluate the new product development supplier. The results also shows that the top eleven factors domination new product development supplier are: enhance new product quality, reduce development cost of the new product, buyer and supplier could solve problem mutually, buyer-supplier’s mutual communication, quicker new product development processes, increase innovation of the new product, greater technological improvements, the collaborative relationship between buyer and supplier, mutual trust, mutual promise, and complementary skill between the buyer and supplier. Result also shows that the proposed selection and evaluation model can evaluate very correctly. Manufacturers can use these results to help them better understand the process and criteria for future new product development supplier selection and evaluation.
    Table of Content 論文提要                   IV
    目錄                     VI
    圖目錄                   VIII
    表目錄                    IX
    第一章緖論                 1
    1.1研究動機               1
    1.2研究目的               2
    1.3研究架構               3
    第二章 文獻探討                6
    2.1供應商評量構面與指標         6
    2.2新產品開發與整合供應商        11
     2.2.1 整合供應商與供應商涉入之定義     12
     2.2.2 有效整合供應商知識之關鍵因素     13
    2.3廠商與供應商間關係          16
    2.4整合供應商之新產品開發績效      20
    第三章 研究設計與研究方法           21
    3.1研究設計               21
     3.1.1 建立評量模式之步驟          21
     3.1.2 新產品開發之供應商的選擇與評量模式  22
     3.1.3 評量構面與指標之定義與衡量      24
     3.1.4 問卷設計與樣本選擇          30
    3.2資料分析方法與工具          31
     3.2.1 資料分析方法             31
     3.2.2 資料分析工具             37
    第四章 研究分析與討論             39
    4.1前測問卷之樣本結構與資料分析     39
     4.1.1 前測問卷之樣本結構分析        39
     4.1.2 前測問卷資料分析           40
    4.2AHP專家問卷之樣本結構與資料分析   47
     4.2.1 AHP專家問卷之樣本結構分析      48
     4.2.2 AHP專家問卷資料分析         49
    4.3驗證問卷之樣本結構與資料分析     54
     4.3.1 驗證問卷之樣本基本背景分析      54
     4.3.2 驗證模式之說明            55
     4.3.3 模式驗證之結果            56
     4.3.4 本研究之新產品開發供應商評鑑表    58
    第五章 研究結論與建議             60
    5.1研究結論               60
    5.2研究建議               61
     5.2.1 對企業之建議             61
     5.2.2 對後續相關研究者之建議        62
    參考文獻                   63
    附錄一前測問卷               68
    附錄二AHP專家問卷             71
    附錄三驗證問卷               78
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