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Samsung Electronics: Innovation and Design Strategy

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Transcript of Samsung Electronics: Innovation and Design Strategy

Concept and Strategy
Introduction
Agenda
Recommendations
Q&A
Competitive Analysis
Samsung Electronics: Innovation and Design Strategy
Benjamin | Janet | Qiu Ying | Dhwani | Jonathan
1939
Establishment of Samsung
1969
Establishment of Samsung Electronics
1974
Constructed wafer fabrication facility
1978
Focused on consumer electronics and strategic joint ventures
1985
Developed R&D effort focusing on DRAMS
1990
Focused on qualitative growth in its technology management
1993
New Management initiative
1991
Constructed R&D centres globally
2000
Shift to portfolio centric model
2007
Over 25 R&D centres built globally
1. Introduction

2. Product Concept and Strategy

3. Competitive Analysis

4. Recommendations

5. Q&A
Horizontal and Vertical Diversification
Economies of Scale
Reverse Engineering Strategy
1978:
Successful reverse engineering of Panasonic VCR and microwave

2012:
Reverse engineering of iPhone
Alliance strategy

In the late 1970s, Samsung aligned with foreign technology suppliers (such as NEC, Sanyo and Corning Glass Works).

After 2006, Samsung Electronics had collaborated with many industry big names !

Market Driving
Market Driven
User centric Design Philosophy
Global Localization Strategy
5 Lifestyle research labs

5 Product innovation teams

6 design centres
Product Development Process
Samsung Galaxy S Series
Opportunity Identification
Field research, data and idea collection
Global demand for interactive smartphone

Concept Generation/Evaluation
Flagship line with the letter ‘S’
Heavy focus on nature-inspired/minimal organic design
Conducted focus groups and surveys

Development
Compile business strategies, researches, and ideas
Sourcing and manufacturing components

Launch
Innovative marketing. Eg. Smart Phone Line
Implement radical strategy instead of incremental strategy, e.g. develop its own software platform

Outsource production or adopt industrial park strategy to reduce costs

Alternative strategy – Postponement
Delaying of the final assembly of the product in individual target countries thus allowing mass customization
Used successfully by companies such as DELL and Hewlett-Packard

Continue working in market divided segments and enter the market of cheaper electronics, especially in China and India

Outsource R&D for products of lower industry knowledge
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