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We are fortunate to teach at Taiwan's top international institution of higher education, Ming Chuan University (http://www.mcu.edu. tw/). Ming Chuan University was Taiwan's first women's business school, and devoted to supporting national economic development. As Ming Chuan started out as a commercial college , it originally consisted of business-related(More)
The first reviewer of this book review is very blessed to teach tourism at the department of tourism management, Chinese Culture University (http://www.pccu.edu.tw). Chinese Culture University was established in 1962, formerly known as the Far East University by Dr. Chang Chi-Yun. In addition, department of international tourism is a significant component(More)
which was established in 1962. The university is located in Yang Ming Mountain, which is well known for its natural beauty and as a tourist destination for domestic tourists and foreign visitors. Location is a key-point in the tourism industry; it aids teaching and permits students to gain hands-on experience in the field of hospitality and tourism(More)
AbstrAct This study is an exploratory investigation of the enabling roles of knowledge management for integrated circuit (IC) Designers, Distributors, and Manufacturers. This study explores the different enabling roles in terms of knowledge creation, storage/retrieval, transfer and application when businesses implement knowledge management in upstream,(More)
AbstrAct How can practices of knowledge management (KM) enable organizational learning to occur and then lead toward a learning organization? We seek the answer to this question by exploring three cases, Winbond, Worldpeace, and TSMC, chosen respectively from upstream, midstream, and downstream firms in the IC industry in Taiwan. We studied KM practices(More)
Previous works have shown that consumers are influenced by others in decision making. Herd behavior is common in situations in which consumers infer product quality from other consumer choices and incorporate that information into their own decision making. This research presents two studies examining herd effect and the moderating role of product(More)