تاکسنومی استراتژیهای تولید در ایران مورد مطالعه: شرکتهای تولیدی شهرستان مشهد

10.22111/jmr.2012.669

چکیده

     مطالعات استراتژی تولید بر روی محتوا وفرایند استراتژی تولید متمرکز است و کمتر توجهی به بررسی تاکسنومیکی در این حوزه شده است. مطالعه تاکسنومی استراتژی تولید نه تنها توصیف مناسبی از گروههای استراتژیک سازمان در اختیار قرار می­دهد بلکه زمینه لازم را برای مطالعات تخصصی­تری چون بررسی عملکرد، شکل مناسب تصمیمات تولیدی در هر گروه و نظریه­پردازی در آن را فراهم می­آورد. تحقیقات  تاکسنومیک به تعداد محدود در نقاط مختلف جهان انجام شده است و از طرفی تغییر منطقه و زمان بعنوان عوامل موثر بر خوشه­های استراتژیک شناخته شده­اند. در این تحقیق، مطالعه تاکسنومیک استراتژیهای تولید در ایران انجام شده است. از تحلیل خوشه­ای K-mean برای تحلیل داده­ها استفاده گردید و چهار خوشه استراتژیک شناسائی گردید. یافته­ها نشاندهنده تفاوت این خوشه­ها نسبت به مطالعات دیگر می باشد. دلالت­ها برای هر خوشه آورده شد و در نهایت محدودیت­ها و پیشنهادات جهت تحقیقات آتی ارائه گردید.

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Taxonomy Of Manufacturing Strategies In Iran Case study: Manufacturing Firms in Khorasan Razavi

چکیده [English]

Manufacturing strategy studies has been focused on manufacturing strategy content and process, and has been attend letter in taxonomic study in this scope. Manufacturing strategy taxonomic studies not only give parsimonious description from organization strategic classes but also that provid nessesary context for more special studies, include performance evaluation, fit configuration in ever class and its theory building. Taxonomic researches have developed in world in narrow, and other hand, scope varity and time are influence variables on strategic cluster. In this study, develop  the taxonomic study of manufacturing strategy in Iran. We used from K-mean cluster analys for data analysis. Strategic cluster four is identified. Results demonstrated the different of clusters from other studies. Implications provided for ever cluster, and finally, limitations and purposes expressed.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Taxonomy
  • Manufacturing strategy
  • Production objective
  • Iran

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