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A Study on the Analysis of Difference between IT and Non-IT Companies on the Smart Work Environment Continuous Use Intention - Focusing on Korean Small and Medium Enterprises

스마트워크 환경에서 지속사용의도에 대하여 IT기업과 비IT기업 간의 차이분석에 관한 연구 -한국 중소기업을 중심으로

  • Jung, Soo-Yong (Dept. of Computer Science Graduate School, Soongsil University) ;
  • Shin, Yong-tae (Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Graduate School, Soongsil University)
  • 정수용 (숭실대학교 컴퓨터학과) ;
  • 신용태 (숭실대학교 컴퓨터학부)
  • Received : 2018.01.26
  • Accepted : 2018.03.20
  • Published : 2018.03.28

Abstract

This research had intended to find out regarding the present influences of the Smart Work on the intention to use continuously with the staff members working in the small- and medium-sized enterprises as the subject. And, finally, it had intended to find out about the Smart Work environments of the IT corporations and the non-IT corporations. For this research, the questionnaire survey data were collected from the staff members working at the small- and medium-sized enterprises. Through the questionnaire survey data that were collected, an empirical analysis was carried out. And, through the reliability analysis, the feasibility analysis, the discriminatory feasibility analysis, and the inspection of the degree of suitableness of the structural equation model, finally, the research model was verified and, finally, a difference analysis of the IT corporations and the non-IT corporations was carried out. Regarding the results of the analysis of the research, it appeared that the factors of the job efficiency and the job autonomy of the special characteristics of the job had the positive influences on the usefulness and the job satisfaction, which were the parameters and which were perceived. And it appeared that the time flexibility of the job form could not have any influences on the usefulness and the job satisfaction, which were the parameters and which were perceived. And it appeared that the spatial flexibility had the influences on the job satisfaction only. The perceived usefulness, which was a parameter, had the positive influences on the job satisfaction and the intention to use continuously. And, finally, the job satisfaction had the positive influences on the intention to use continuously. And it appeared that there were the differences, too, between the IT corporations and the non-IT corporations. It is thought that, through the results of this research and through the Smart Work environment, the positive influences on the workers and the organizations could be induced and that a better working environment than previously can be provided to the workers to fit the special characteristics of the corporations.

Keywords

Smart work;Job Characteristic;Type of Job;Technology Acceptance Model;Intention to Use;Moderated Effect

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