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An Exploratory Research on Intellectual Capital Management: Case Study for A Research Institute (지적자본경영 전망에 관한 탐색적 연구: A연구원 사례를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Su Jung;Kim, Seung Chul
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.91-119
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    • 2011
  • Compared to the industrial society, the knowledge-based economy of the 21st century has placed importance on intellectual capital as a sustainable competitive advantage of an organization. The ownership, creation, and interaction of intellectual capital is emerging as the main challenges of the management and, moreover, it might extend to the issue of intellectual capital management. This research found that the exploitation and sharing of knowledge was more efficient in a networked organization through a case study for A research institute, which attempted intellectual capital management domestically for the first time. The contribution of this exploratory research is to suggest new perspectives on the ownership of intangible asset, the evaluation of knowledge-based product, and the competitive advantage and complementarity of an organization in the knowledge-based economy. The limitation is that this research is just exploratory due to the inaccessibility of data. If the intellectual capital management would be more common, the diverse researches should be empirically carried out.

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Structural analysis of IP-related activities in machinery industry (기업 규모에 따른 지식재산 활동 구조 분석-기계산업을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Seong-Sang
    • Proceedings of the KSME Conference
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    • pp.485-489
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    • 2007
  • Knowledge-based economy is the economy or economic structure based on production, accumulation and utilization of knowledge. With the emergence of knowledge-based economy, the importance to the corporate competitiveness of IP and IP-related activities has increased. This paper discuss the issues related to the mode of IP-related activities, including the comparison of SMEs and large firms. Especially, I focus on the role and impact of IP-related activities on innovation and growth of firm in machinery industry. The result of this study can help to set up strategy for supporting firm's technology innovation.

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Entry Point of a Knowledge-based Economy through Job-group Analysis (직업군 분석을 통한 지식기반경제로의 진입 시점에 대한 연구)

  • Kim, Hee-chel;Moon, Yeong-ho
    • Journal of Korea Technology Innovation Society
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.338-357
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study is to present an objective basis for the entry point of a knowledge-based economy, that is used by quantitative analysis to serve as 'The Result of Wage Structure Survey' and 'Sample Design for Survey Report on Labor Conditions by Employment Type' of the Ministry of Employment & Labor. Entry criteria for a knowledge-based society, through the definition of a Bell and Toffler, was defined by the number of information workers more than the number of physical workers, and the information workers were classified by knowledge workers. To redefine the definition of Porat's typology of information workers, Korea Standard Classification of Occupation is classified by the job of knowledge, service, industry and agriculture. The result of the analysis is appeared the entry point of a knowledge-based economy by workers structural changes and annual wage structure changes has identified empirically-year 1980 the United States more than 20 years later in 2000. In addition, the economic contribution of knowledge occupation was confirmed to be the biggest by measuring the economic contribution of occupation classification in the knowledge society.

Knowledge and Organization: Perspectives of Knowledge Market and Knowledge Community (지식과 조직: 지식시장과 지식공동체 관점)

  • Chung, Myung-Ho
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.47-64
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    • 2000
  • As the Knowledge Economy grows bigger, studies and practices of knowledge management flourish in almost every organizations. Yet, the studies of fundamental relationships between knowledge and organization have not been sufficiently developed. It is partly because current knowledge management mainly focus on the technical aspects of the theme. This paper tries to find the possible organizing principles and theoretical foundations of knowledge-intensive organizations through the perspective of knowledge market and knowledge community. Based on the differentiation of "knowledge" and "knowing", the author draws several propositions about knowledge creation and knowledge use. Then, the author relates these propositions to the design and implementation of two theoretical models of organizations, i. e. knowledge market and knowledge community. Major claims are: 1) Knowledge use and knowledge creation process are conceptually separable, so that different conceptual models (market & community) need to be applied. 2) Since knowledge use and creation should be integrated, organizations in the Knowledge Economy should be the efficient knowledge market and, at the same time, knowledge community with care and cooperations. 3) The network of independent small KIFs(knowledge-intensive firms) could be considered as the possible organizational model of the future.

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Road Map of a Knowledge Management System for the Construction Industry (건설산업의 지식관이체계 로드맵)

  • 정인수;김승균;최원식
    • The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.101-121
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    • 2001
  • MOCT(Ministry of Construction St Transportation) suggested "A Plan for Implementation of Knowledge-based Economy for the Construction Industry" to add high value to a construction industry. by means of knowledge-based management. However, there is no knowledge management system which considers characteristics of a domestic construction industry. So a useful knowledge vanished the moment a company terminated a construction Uoject. Therefore, it is necessary to develop "An application method of a knowledge management system for the construction industry" which takes a real environment into consideration. This study aims to present the road map of a knowledge management system which helps the bodies of the construction industry(government, research center/university, enterprise, etc) to do a knowledge activity efficiently. To accomplish this objective, we analyzed overall knowledge management activities. In addition we suggested an implementation direction and strategy of a knowledge management system for the construction industry. As results of this study, we presented the road map of a knowledge management system for the construction industry, which is composed of policy forum, study forum, professional forum, research forum and knowledge 8t information DB. We expect that results of this study will be used as a basis for implementing the knowledge portal that brings a construction industry to a high value added industry.

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An Effects of Experience Economy for Accepting Knowledge Based Mobile Augmented Reality : Hedonic Information System Perspective (체험경제요인이 지식기반 모바일 증강현실의 수용에 미치는 영향 : 쾌락적 정보시스템 관점)

  • Chung, Namho;Lee, Hyunae;Koo, Chulmo
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.14 no.5
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    • pp.121-136
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    • 2013
  • Augmented reality, which has recently drawn great attention, has along history in technical terms. However, the latest emergence of mobile augmented reality using smartphones is allowing people to access augmented reality more easily and faster than ever. However, a review of existing studies shows that most of them have focused on the technical realization of augmented reality, whereas few studies have dealt with how users perceive augmented reality. For users, augmented reality is a means of knowledge transfer, which enables the experience of more abundant reality by providing additional informatio nsources to objects or landscapes. There fore, the element of experience must be considered for the perception of users. In addition, the current augmented reality technology certainly provides users with more fun than any other existing technologies. In this regard, this study intended to divided experiences not only into sensory experiences, but also into entertainment, educational, escapist, and esthetic experiences based on the experience economy theory suggested by Pine and Gilmore(1998). Moreover, this study intended to examine whether mobile augmented reality applications, which are highly popular as a means of the experience economy, influence the usefulness, convenience, and enjoyment perceived by users, and to identify which of these cognitive elements influence usage intentions.

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Evaluation of Regional Knowledge Innovation System in China: An Economic Framework Based on Dynamic Slacks-based Approach

  • CHIU, Sheng-Hsiung;LIN, Tzu-Yu
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.141-149
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    • 2019
  • The paper proposes a knowledge innovation performance model by the dynamic data envelopment analysis with slacks-based measure approach for evaluating the effectiveness of 30 regional knowledge innovation activities in China from 2010 to 2016. In recent years, China has paid more attention to knowledge innovation activities, as central and local governments have pushed on with their innovation projects by lots of investment whatever the difficulties may be. Decision-maker is usually interested in judge its knowledge innovation performance relative to target benchmark by exploring whether one provincial administration region performs better among others and/or if the growth of economy will be benefited greatly by the knowledge innovation activities. To acquire the managerial insight about this issue from a comprehensively designed performance evaluation model, knowledge innovation activity is conceptualized as an intertemporal production process. Invention patent and regional gross product are imposed on desirable outputs, highlighting the need for knowledge economy. The empirical result shows that knowledge innovation has a positive effect on economic development. At the same time, decision-maker should be interest in the economic effect of patents' type and quality. The government should then encourage new technical applications with greater commercial value from a market-oriented perspective, in order to benefit the most from the innovation process in the short-run.

Knowledge, Knowledge… Knowledge for My Economy

  • FREEMAN, RICHARD B.
    • KDI Journal of Economic Policy
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    • v.37 no.2
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    • pp.1-21
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    • 2015
  • The creation of S&T knowledge and development of S&T- based innovation has spread worldwide from traditionally advanced countries to traditionally developing countries, often under the direction of governments. Korea is an exemplar in this new locus. Korea's burst in Science and Technology during the last three decades has made Korea a substantive player in the global production of S&T knowledge and its application to business. Although Korea still trails the US and other top countries in the quality of research, it has leaped from its 1980s standing as bit player in the knowledge economy to being among the leaders in the early 21st Century. This paper shows that Korea's advance benefited from its active participation in the global market in higher education, in international research collaborations, and its close ties to the U.S. Korea's experience offers lessons for other countries who seek to advance by becoming knowledge economies. Korea proves that a developing country can gain comparative advantage in knowledge production and use; that government policy can stimulate such a development; and that openness to the world of higher education and research is the best way to move forward and overcome the middle income trap.

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A study of business model research knowledge structure based on social network analysis (사회네트워크 분석을 활용한 비즈니스 모델 지식구조 분석)

  • Ryu, Jae hong;choi, Jinho
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.47-68
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    • 2018
  • Business environment is shifting from industrial economy to knowledge based economy. Enterprises go through numerous trials for successful management in changing environment. Along with trial tests, research area has been growing simultaneously. Unlike initial research which focused on basic concepts such as: form of business model and success points. Current research emphasizes on actualization of business that enterprises plan, which brought academic research with perplex form of knowledge structure. On the other hand, there is limitation in understanding business model systematically due to preceding research primarily centered on analyzing definition and case study. In order to analyze knowledge structure, this study utilized social network analysis based on "relationship". For the analysis, 13,412 keywords were extracted from 36years worth of article or research related to business model stored in SCOPUS database. From the analysis, it was shown core research subject was INNOVATION and the number of co-authors has increased due to the academic diversity. Business model research is divided into five sub-categories (E-commerce, SMEs, sustainability, open-source, and e-book). Through cognitive map analysis on each of research characteristics of sub-category, it has shown that E-commerce, SMEs, sustainability, and open-source are core categories.

A Study on Policies and Strategy of Technological Innovation in Korea (우리나라 기술혁신의 전략과 정책에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Yong Hwan;Lim, Hee-Jung
    • Journal of the Korean Academic Society of Industrial Cluster
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.47-66
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    • 2007
  • The progress of digital revolution leads to technology and industry infusion which make new products and new commodity markets in the existing industries. Under the circumstance of new innovation patterns in industries and globalization of the world, innovation firms adapt different evolution processes for different business situations. Technological innovation enhances the competitiveness of fins in the business world. This paper shows the researches on technological innovation which make constant economy growth in the knowledge based economy. And this paper also suggests the policy on technological innovation for the future growth of society. Main focus of this paper are as follows. First, the theoretical survey on technological innovation is reviewed. Second, the program and the supporting system for technological innovation in the USA and Europe are investigated. Third, the situation and problems of Korea is analysed. Fourth, strategy and suggestions on the development of technological innovation in the 21st century knowledge based economy is suggested through the window of cluster and regional economy development.

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