Inotera chairman: Samsung prospered by grooming its own talent

06/27/2013 | DigiTimes

Charles Kau, chairman of Inotera Memories and president of Nanya Technology, says Samsung Electronics was able to prosper in this century by recognizing talented employees under the guidance of its chairman, Lee Kun-hee. "Lee has stressed on cultivating its own pool of talent, considering it the most valuable asset of the company. But in Taiwan, most businesses have been focusing on how to reduce production costs and have ignored the value of talent," Kau says.

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