산업경영시스템학회지 Vol. 40 No. 4 (p.10-20)

자동차 전장부품 개발에서 공급사슬형상, 기업 매출 특성이 성과에 미치는 영향

Influence of Supply Chain Configuration and Annual Sales on Performance in the Development of Automotive E/E Parts
키워드 :
Supply Chain Configuration,ASPICE(Automotive SPICE),Automotive,E/E Parts,Electrical and/or Electronic parts,Organizational Performance,Process Performance

목차

1. 서 론
2. 이론적 배경
  2.1 전장 SW프로세스 품질 역량
  2.2 성과 차원
3. 실증 분석
  3.1 표본 특성
  3.2 변수의 조작적 정의
  3.3 탐색적 요인 분석 및 신뢰성 분석
  3.4 분산분석 결과
4. 결 론
  4.1 연구의 요약 및 시사점
  4.2 연구의 한계점 및 추후 연구 방향
Acknowledge
References

초록

The proportion of software in the automotive industry is steadily increasing due to the rapid technological development of automobile E/E parts. Because the automotive E/E technology is now on the basis of intelligent automobile and advanced safety automobile technology. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of organizational capability (organizational resource capability and management capability), process capability (process capability, customer Requirement management capability), performance dimension (motivation, participation level). In this study, we conducted questionnaires and statistical analysis on engineers (members of the Korea Advanced Automotive Technology Association) who perform research and development activities in the R&D organization of the automotive E/E part in South Korea. ANOVA is applied for the verification of the difference in performance measured by organizational capability, process maturity, and motivation participation level according to company characteristics (level of processing : supply chain configuration, annual sales, total SW development ratio). According to the results of this study, in order to improve the performance of ASPICE or ISO 26262-related consulting project, a different consulting approach strategy considering the characteristics of organization and personnel is needed. In summary, the analysis results for the three main treatment levels are as follows. The difference in organizational capacity, process capability and performance was found to be statistically significant according to supply chain configuration and annual sales, but it was found that the difference of response according to the proportion of total SW was not significant.