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FUNDAMENTAL OF MANAGEMENT
TITLE:
Samsung Company

PREPARED BY:
MUHAMMAD IKHWAN BIN RAMLI
(2012619556)
NURFATIN AMALINA BINTI NAZUMUDDIN
(2012224332)
NOR SUZIYANA BINTI NOR SAMSUDIN
(2012456178)
NIK NURUL AFIQA BINTI NIK ZAINI
(2012255996)
LECTURER:
MADAM FAZIDA BINTI KARIM

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

. Bismillahirahmanirrahim. First of all, we would like to thank ALLAH S.W.T and his messenger, Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. It is because of his blessing, it is possible for us to finish this assignment. We also like to thank our parents. It is because of them we can finish and possibly to do this assignment. With their support, hope and prayers, we were able to complete this assignment.

We also like thank our lecturer, Madam Fazida Binti Karim. Due to her guidance, ideas and knowledge, we were able to finish this assignment with full inspiration and determination. She also gives a lot of advice on how to finish this assignment. We would also like to thank all of our classmates because of their classmates because of their support, new ideas, opinions and additional information for this assignment.

Finally, we would like to thank everyone that got involved in helping to complete this assignment successfully. Without them, we would be facing plenty of complications and challenges for finish this assignment

CONTENTS No | Contents | Page | 1 | Introduction | 3-4 | 2 | Planning | 5-8 | 3 | Organizing | 9-13 | 4 | Motivation | 14 | 5 | Leading | 15 | 6 | Control | 16 | 7 | Conclusion | 17 | 8 | References | 18 | 9 | Appendices | 19-20 |

INTRODUCTION

From 1958 onwards Samsung began to expand into other industries such as financial, media, chemicals and ship building throughout the 1970 's. In 1969, Samsung Electronics was established producing what Samsung is most famous for, Televisions, Mobile Phones (throughout 90 's), Radio 's, Computer components and other electronics devices.
1987 founder and chairman, Byung-Chull Lee passed away



References: •  Vice Chairman & CEO, Samsung Electronics,     Head, Device Solutions, Samsung Electronics (2012~Present) •  Vice Chairman & Head, Device Solutions, Samsung Electronics (2011~2012) •  President & Head, Device Solutions, Samsung Electronics (2011~2011) •  President & Head, Semiconductor Business, Samsung Electronics (2008~2011) •  President & Head, System LSI Division, Samsung Electronics (2004~2008) •  Head, LSI Technology, Samsung Electronics (2000~2004) •  Head, ASIC Business, Samsung Electronics (1998~2000) Gee-Sung Choi •  Head, Corporate Strategy Office (2012~Present) •  Vice Chairman & CEO, Samsung Electronics (2010~2012) •  President & CEO, Samsung Electronics (2010~2010) •  President & Head, Digital Media & Communications Business, Samsung Electronics (2009~2009)  •  Head, Telecommunications Networks Business, Samsung Electronics,     Head, Mobile Communications Division,     Head, Corporate Design Center (2007~2009)  •  Head, Digital Media Business, Samsung Electronics (2003~2007)  •  Head, Visual Display Division, Samsung Electronics (1998~2003)  •  Head, Memory Sales and Marketing, Semiconductor Business, Samsung Electronics (1994~1998) Ju-Hwa Yoon •  President & CFO, DMC Management Office, Samsung Electronics,     President & CFO, Corporate Management Office, Samsung Electronics (2011~Present)  •  President & CFO, Corporate Management Office, Samsung Electronics (2010~2011)  •  President & Head, Corporate Auditing Team, Samsung Electronics (2009~2009)  •  Head, Management Support Team, Corporate Executive Staff, Samsung Electronics,     Head, Global ERP Task Force, Corporate Executive Staff, Samsung Electronics (2007~2009)  •  Head, Management Support Team, Corporate Executive Staff, Samsung Electronics,     Head, Management Innovation Team, Corporate Executive Staff, Samsung Electronics (2004~2007)  •  Head, Management Support & Innovation Team, Corporate Executive Staff, Samsung Electronics    (1998~2004)  •  Head, Management Support & Innovation Group, Corporate Executive Staff, Samsung Electronics    (1996~1998) Dong-Min Yoon •  Attorney at Law, Kim & Chang Law Office (1999~Present)  •  Director, Social Protection and Rehabilitation Bureau at the Ministry of Justice (1998~1999)  •  Chief, Planning Management Department at the Ministry of Justice (1997~1998)  •  Public Prosecutor, Daejeon Supreme Public Prosecutor 's Office (1995~1997) In-Ho Lee •  Corporate Advisor, Shinhan Bank (2009~2011)  •  Chief Executive Officer, Shinhan Financial Group (2005~2009)

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