Samsung's New Corporate Culture

Lee Dae-won
September 2007
Korea Focus;Fall2007, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p144
The article reports on the new corporate culture of Samsung that transcends the new management in Korea. It notes that Samsung has world-class production and processing technology in 20 products which includes semiconductors, mobile phones and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen. Samsung's greatest pride lies in personnel management. Moreover, the present governance of Samsung is built on a circular intra-group shareholding system with Samsung Everland and Samsung Life Insurance at the center.


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