- Volume 6 Issue 1
For the domestic digital contents, a proactive cooperation system or framework between the government, the businesses and research institutions, which would allow for free flow of interaction among these players, can play that role. We have proposed and realized the Dynamic Coordinating Framework(DCF) to bridge these gaps among the major players in the industry. The the Dynamic Coordinating Framework rests on the following major functions. The first major function of the DCF is to decipher any ambiguity that may be embedded in external inputs by stratified role and bias. The second function is to create cooperative groups that will deal with the ambiguities based on its consequent situation. The third is a feedback function that will draw out a new cooperative way by re-feeding the capacities and the conflicts that stem from the existing organizations and strategies into cooperation and adjustment process. Our DCF has compared and evaluated with England and Australia digital content industry models under AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process) method. DCF has turned out to be well designed and have strong points based on OECD innovation and cooperation criteria.