Analysis of japanese semiconductor industries

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Analysis of japanese semiconductor industries

  1. 1. Analysis of JapaneseSemiconductor IndustriesReporter: Chen Xinge Jin Yong 11 October 2012
  2. 2. Abstract5.Conclusions and Suggestions 4.Why Samsung rise sharply? 3.Why Japan fall behind ? 2.Why Japan achieved success? 1.Brief National and Regional Systems of Innovation 2
  3. 3. 1.Brief Reached Peak Entered DRAM Market Obtained Decline technical National and Regional Systems of Innovation 3
  4. 4. 2.1Why Japan achieved success? Measures of Success Results Technial Model Got Competitive Advantage(CA) Import & Imtitation Got Technology as a Competion Cooperation and Government Weapon Support Set foot in Semiconductor Catch up and Surpass Industries Cultivating CA Development Model Avoided Strong Attack from Government Protect American Companys Commercial Drive Got Substantial Capital for Better Developing Consolidating CA Managemnet Model Demand pull,Sucessufully Satisfy Market Orinentation Customers Global Competition Became Strong Country of Semiconductor Industries National and Regional Systems of Innovation 4
  5. 5. 2.2 Why Japan achieved success?e top 5 companies in vacuum tubes, transistors and IC National and Regional Systems of Innovation 5
  6. 6. 2.3 Why Japan achieved success? Semiconductor Companies Global Sales Rankings National and Regional Systems of Innovation 6
  7. 7. 3.1Why Japan fall behind ? Corporate Strategy Innovation Model Business Model Lack of Business Process Outsourcing Narrow Product Strategy Bad Competition Strategy Management Mechanism Inefficient Excessive Diversification Technology Strength Failed to forecast new Lack of Original Technology trend in industry Manufacture Orientated not development Failed to note changing Technology,refrained from competition structure investing in microprocessor Bad Envirnomental technology Didnt grasb Cutting-edge ConsciousnessIndustries Insight technology National and Regional Systems of Innovation 7
  8. 8. 3.2Why Japan fall behind ?The global share of major companies (1982 - 1993) Source: Hiroyuki Itami, "Nippon no Handotai Sangyo, Naze Mitsu no Gyakuten ha Okotta ka", Japan Broadcast Publishing, Co. Ltd., 1995 National and Regional Systems of Innovation 8
  9. 9. 3.3Why Japan fall behind ?DRAM Concentration Ratio by Company (1982 - 1993)Source: Hiroyuki Itami, "Nippon no Handotai Sangyo, Naze Mitsu no Gyakuten ha Okotta ka",Japan Broadcast Publishing, Co. Ltd., 1995 National and Regional Systems of Innovation 9
  10. 10. 3.4Why Japan fall behind ?global DRAM share of major companies (1982 - 1993) Sh a re by C20 pa n y (% om ) 18 16 TI 14 マ ク ン イ ロ イ テ ン ル 12 日立製作所 日本電気 10 東芝 8 三星電子 6 4 2 0 1 982 1983 1 984 1 985 1 986 1 987 1 988 1 989 1 990 1 991 1 992 1 993 Ye a r Source: Hiroyuki Itami, "Nippon no Handotai Sangyo, Naze Mitsu no Gyakuten ha Okotta ka", Japan Broadcast Publishing, Co. Ltd., 1995 National and Regional Systems of Innovation 10
  11. 11. 4.Why Korea Rise Sharply ? Contributions to Success Results Strategy Globalization Concentrating Strategy Low Cost Right Competition Strategy Technology Huge financing power Supports Technology Research Industries Insight Sucessfully Grasb Market Trend 2002 Global DRAM share Execellent Envirnomental Consciousness Source: Nikkei Shimbun, June 4, 2003 National and Regional Systems of Innovation 11
  12. 12. 5.Conclusions and Suggetions Stragety From Diversification to Concentriti1 Integration of related coporation fine resourc Strip bad assets and non-core business Business Model2 Business Process Outsourcing Foucs on Research not Manufacture Innovation3 Technology Innovation Management Innovation National and Regional Systems of Innovation 12
  13. 13. Thank you !National and Regional Systems of Innovation 13

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