2 edition of Managing for profit in the semiconductor industry found in the catalog.
Managing for profit in the semiconductor industry
|LC Classifications||HD9696.S42 M35 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||89129779|
The book describes the development of semiconductor manufacture on a worldwide basis, from its early beginnings to date. Its approach is wide-ranging, encompassing early experimental work rooted in nineteenth century science, and it includes a brief historical review of the thermionic valve, which played an important part in the genesis of the semiconductor s: 1. profit-seeking firms, strategic management is not limited to for-profit organizations. Top manag - ers of any organization, regardless of profit or nonprofit status, must understand the organiza - tion’s environment and its capabilities and develop strategies to .
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The semiconductor supply chain stretches from fabs to back-end factories, with the intricate process of chip manufacturing sometimes requiring four to six months to complete. At the end of the line, some of the world’s leading companies are waiting for the semiconductors required to launch their latest innovations. Profit performance reports prepared for a business’s managers typically are called P&L (profit and loss) reports. These reports are prepared as frequently as managers need them, usually monthly or quarterly — perhaps even weekly in some businesses. A P&L report goes to the manager in charge of each profit center; these confidential profit reports do [ ].
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This book is a hands-on reference to environmental, health and safety issues critical to the semiconductor industry. It was also the author's intent to produce a text that provides a practical user's guide for semiconductor environmental, health and safety practitioners as well as those individuals responsible for operation, maintenance and.
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