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研究生中文姓名:吳之平
研究生英文姓名:Wu, Chih-Ping
中文論文名稱:供應鏈風險管理模式之研究-以英國保養品公司為例
英文論文名稱:Supply chain risk management in the manufacturing industry: a case study from a skincare products firm in the UK
指導教授姓名:桑國忠
口試委員中文姓名:教授︰楊清喬
副教授︰林泰誠
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣海洋大學
系所名稱:運輸科學系
學號:10368009
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畢業年度:108
畢業學年度:107
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語文別:英文
論文頁數:55
中文關鍵詞:供應鏈風險保養品製造業供應鏈風險管理風險評估
英文關鍵字:Supply Chainriskskincaremanufacturingsupply chain risk managementrisk
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本研究最主要的目的是藉由個案研究的方式,利用訪談、資料收集與分析等方式,找出國英國保養品製造業之供應鏈風險來源、風險管理程序以及採取的因應策略,並進一步分析因應策略的成效並提出建議。
The paradigm of firm management has recently undergone a period of disruption resulting in significant changes to its operating structure. This is because while businesses would previously have operated as sole and independent traders, we can now see more clearly that they also form part of a structured supply chain. The study that I have conducted and analysed in the process of this assignment was carried out to evaluate the supply chain performance of the skincare products industry in the UK, in terms of value addition, employment and profitability. The weaknesses and strengths of the value chain were established and assessed, and methods for updating, developing and strategies for managing these weaknesses were suggested. Qualitative data was collected for each sector in the value-chain through primary research; consisting of open-ended interviews. That were distributed and drafted to the key roles in the system.

Table of Contents
List of Figures 7
List of Tables 8
Chapter 1: Introduction 9
1.1 Statement of the research objective 9
1.2 SCRM consists of three main steps: 9
1.2.1 Analyse the risks 9
1.2.2 Finding solution for risks 9
1.3 Research purpose 10
1.4 Research scope and sample 10
1.5 Analytical steps in this study 10
Chapter 2: Literature review 12
2.1 Supply Chain Management 13
2.1.1 Supply chain 13
2.1.2 Supply chain management 13
2.1.3 Managing the supply chain 14
2.1.4 Supply chain network structure 14
2.1.5 Supply chain business processes 14
2.1.6 Supply chain management components 14
2.1.7 Conclusion 14
2.2 Supply chain risk management 15
2.2.1 Definition of supply chain risk management 15
2.2.2 Definitions 16
2.2.3 Supply chain risk 16
2.2.4 Supply chain risk management 16
2.2.5 Supply chain risk categories 18
2.2.6 Manufacturing risk 18
2.2.7 Supply chain distribution risk 18
2.2.8 Risk conduction mechanism of supply chain disruption 19
2.2.9 Supply chain risks in the process industry 20
2.2.10 Conclusion 21
Chapter 3: Research design and methodology 22
3.1 Research view 22
3.2 Research approach 23
3.3 Research design 23
3.4 Data collection methods 23
3.5 The credibility of the research findings 23
3.6 Supply chain risk management process 24
3.6.1 Preparing/setting-up 24
3.6.2 Importance of SCRM 24
3.7 Supply chain risk analysis 25
3.7.1 Risk identification 25
3.8 Risk identification framework 26
3.8.1 Conclusion 28
3.9 Supply chain risk evaluation 28
3.9.1 Select criteria 29
3.9.2 Prioritize and selecting risks 29
3.9.3 Conclusion 29
3.10 Supply chain risk mitigation 29
3.10.1 Select mitigation option 29
3.10.2 Mitigation options 29
3.10.3 Risk mitigation selection 30
3.10.4 Implement mitigation 30
3.10.5 Conclusion 30
3.11 Monitoring 31
3.11.1 Checking 31
3.11.2 Follow up 31
3.11.3 Conclusion 31
Chapter 4: Case study and Research 32
4.1 Focus 32
4.1.1 Expert interviews 32
4.1.2 Case studies 33
4.1.3 Supply risk 33
4.2 Goal 33
4.2.1 Expert interviews 33
4.2.2 Case study 33
4.3 The interviews 34
4.3.1 In-depth interview 34
4.3.2 Structure 34
4.3.3 Interview procedure 35
4.3.4 Approaching the respondents 35
4.3.5 Interview procedure 36
4.3.6 After the interviews 36
4.4 Interview partners 36
4.4.1 Expert interviews 36
Chapter 5: Results and Recommendation 40
5.1 Expert interviews 40
5.1.1 Risk analysis 40
5.1.2 Risk identification 41
5.2 Risk measuring 41
5.3 Risk evaluation 42
5.3.1 Select criteria 42
5.3.2 Prioritize and select risks 42
5.4 Risk mitigation 42
5.4.1 Select mitigation option 42
5.4.2 Implement mitigation 42
5.5 Monitoring 42
5.5.1 Checking 42
5.5.2 Follow up 43
5.5.3 Implementation 43
5.5.4 The method 43
5.6 Conclusion 44
5.7 Lesson learnt 44
5.7.1 General 44
5.7.2 Risk analysis 44
5.7.3 Risk evaluation 45
5.7.4 Monitoring 46
5.7.5 Revised SCRM method 46
5.7.6 Conclusion 47
5.8 Research questions 47
5.8.1 Questions 47
5.9 Recommendations 48
5.9.1 Supply chain management importance 49
5.9.2 Information access 49
5.9.3 External risks 49
Bibliography 50

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