Supportment for organization and management competences of ASEAN community and European Union toward Industry 4.0

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 Volume 6, Issue 3 (March 2019), Pages: 96-101


 Original Research Paper

 Title: Supportment for organization and management competences of ASEAN community and European Union toward Industry 4.0

 Author(s): Sakgasem Ramingwong, Wapee Manopiniwes *


 Center of Excellence in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand

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The paper focuses on supporting environment for Organization and Management Competences of the European Union and ASEAN Community, by which Industry 4.0 is the challenge. The paper used available, trusted sources of data to compare and investigate Organization and Management Competences supporting dimensions of European Union and ASEAN Community countries, i.e., Strategy, Leadership, Governance, Supply Chain Network, Culture, People and Process Digitalization. Result presentation discusses several observations on the issue of interest. Countries that are the most and least opportune to O&M competences are identified and discussed. Also, selected economy of interest, i.e., Austria, Italy, Slovakia, and Thailand, were further investigated and discussed in detail. 

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 Keywords: Organization and management, ASEAN community, European Union, Industry 4.0

 Article History: Received 7 November 2018, Received in revised form 28 January 2019, Accepted 28 January 2019


This research is part of the project “Industry 4.0 for SMEs” from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 734713. This research work was partially supported by Chiang Mai University – Thailand.

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 Conflict of interest:  The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.


 Ramingwong S and Manopiniwes W (2019). Supportment for organization and management competences of ASEAN community and European Union toward Industry 4.0. International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences, 6(3): 96-101

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