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A Review and Comparison between Quality Policy and Quality Strategy (품질정책과 품질전략에 관한 비교 및 고찰)

  • Chung, Kyu Suk;Hyun, Young Suk
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.43 no.3
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    • pp.313-326
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: The terminology of "policy" or "quality policy" is widely used in quality management areas. But few people know and use that word with the accurate concept. This paper compares the concepts and suggests the contents for quality policy and quality strategy. Methods: This paper compares the concepts between policy and strategy through the literatures and suggests the contents for quality policy and quality strategy by exploratory study. Results: This paper suggests the contents for quality policy and quality strategy which are useful to establish the quality planning in companies. Conclusion: Strategy and policy are intimately related, and so confused in applications, therefore distinguishing both concepts clearly is necessary for effective use of them. This paper will help the right use of both concepts by showing the examples.

Implication from Technology Innovation, Growth Strategy and Industrial Policy of Chinese Automobile Industry (중국 자동차 산업의 기술혁신, 성장전략 및 산업정책의 시사점)

  • Baek, Seoin;Lee, Seongmin;Chang, Hyunjoon
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.75-101
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    • 2016
  • Since 2009, China has become biggest automobile supplier and consumer all over the world. Chinese government and automobile firms have been executed strategic and aggressive industry policy and business strategy for nurturing automobile industry as a core manufacturing industry. However, can we assure that all of these policy and strategy have positive effect on Chinese automobile industry? For fulfilling this gab, our research examined the government policy and firm's strategy in different development stage of Chinese automobile industry. According to research result, at initial stage(1983-1996), Chinese automobile industry has grown by technological learning and reverse engineering from Soviet Union, Japan and Germany. In rapid growing stage(1996-2009), Chinese automobile firms have succeed to develop and produce own brand product with 100% own technology. And this kind of quantum jump in technology development was conducted by joint venture policy and M&A strategy. However, at the fourth stage(2010-), Chinese government and firms have over invested and focused on Electric Vehicle manufacturing without developing core technology or SW. Overall, the old-fashioned policy and strategy module in manufacturing industry of China could have negative effect on its industry development.

National Strategy of Indigenous Innovation and its Implication to China

  • Liu, Xielin;Cheng, Peng
    • Asian Journal of Innovation and Policy
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.117-139
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    • 2014
  • Indigenous innovation is the main strategy for China during 2006 - 20 period. China may hope that indigenous innovation policy will spur on industrial upgrading. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the indigenous innovation policy. The paper begins with the background of the strategy, follows the detailed content of the national strategy, then analyzes how the strategy is implemented. We find that the package of indigenous innovation policy is constructive and efficient for a catch-up economy with clear industry targets but not good for innovation. If China want to be an innovative country, it needs to give market competition more space to incubate and eventually yield increment or disruptive innovation, even radical innovation. Chinese enterprises cannot close themselves off to the global technology system. Only open innovation can give Chinese enterprises the possibility to win in the next wave of innovation in the world and make China an innovative country.

A Trend Analysis of Global Standards for the Era of 4th Industrial Revolution (4차 산업시대 국가별 표준과 동향)

  • Shin, Wan-Seon;Lee, Seong-Hoon;Kim, Ji-Won;Cho, Ji-Hoon;Park, Su-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.45 no.4
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    • pp.611-628
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: This paper deals with establishing Korean national standardization policy through a comparative trend analysis of national standardization strategies and each nation's policy environment. It first investigates the standardization strategies including Korea, the United States, Japan and Germany which is currently leading the 4th Industrial Revolution. Methods: This study compares and analyzes national standardization policies that synthesize the determinants of national standard activities using the STEEP, PEST analysis used for policy environment analysis, and National Standardization Model Canvas(N-STD Model Canvas) applying business model canvas. Results: This study confirms the reasoning and operating system of establishing national standard strategy reflecting the social, economic and political situation and the direction of national standard strategy. Conclusion: Based on the results, this study summarized the policy decision factors necessary for establishing the national standard policy and suggested the management plan in the midpoint of view.

Practical Examples of the Comprehensive Strategy of Japanese Dementia Policy: Kumamoto Model by Kumamoto Province (일본 인지증 정책 종합 추진전략의 실천 사례: 쿠마모토현의 쿠마모토 모델)

  • Joo, Jungmin;Kwon, Yong-Jin
    • Health Policy and Management
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.11-18
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this research is to introduce the best practice of the Japanese national dementia strategy and explore implications to the Korean national dementia strategy. Interview was conducted among professions those who is in charge of Kumamoto dementia care practice in Kumamoto province, upon review of related literature and public documents. The Kumamoto model is implemented by the department of neuropsychiatry in public university hospitals, which can offer dementia-specialized medical services. Medical centers for dementia in public university hospitals play a leading role for managing practice and training local dementia centers specialist, coordinating medical services among medical institutions and community welfare facilities. In reference to the Kumamoto model, the Korean national dementia strategy can find implications in the direction of current system, specifically its approaches toward policy governance.

A Study on the Effective Operating Policy of Regional IT Industry by Critical Success Factors of IT Industry (IT산업 성공요인에 의한 지역 IT산업의 효율적 운영방안에 관한 연구)

  • Lee Sang-Suk
    • Korean Management Science Review
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.1-19
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    • 2006
  • This study investigates the critical success factors for the promotion of IT industry in region and suggests some directions for operations strategy of them. This study based on the critical success factors, and we suggest followings : (1) start-ups support, (2) technology support, (3) management support, (4) law/institutional support. We suggested the strategy which based on critical success factors for successful operations of IT industry. This strategy suggested by AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process) results and was evaluated by the three groups(IT firms, local government official worker, professor) which have an influence on IT policy. We suggested the priority of policy by AHP technique for successful development of IT industry. As a results, centralization of supporting facilities was perceived as the most important policy by three groups(IT firms, local government official worker, professor). This research contributes to assist planners and policy-makers in supporting IT industry by providing useful information about the suggested strategy, and by suggesting the effective means to assist the IT industry. Also, results of our research will be suggested as a priority of developing policy to assist successful IT industry.

Health in All Policies: The Evolution of Health Promotion and Intersectoral Cooperation (모든 정책의 건강: 건강증진과 부문 간 협력의 진화)

  • Jhang, Won Gi
    • Health Policy and Management
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.79-91
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    • 2016
  • 'Health in All Policies' is a new strategy for governance for health in 21st century. The evolution of health promotion has affected the creation of the strategy through the efforts to tackle health inequalities by addressing social determinants of health. More concern about health inequalities, involving wider policy areas, and higher level of institutionalization distinguish the strategy from the old intersectoral collaboration such as intersectoral action for health and healthy public policy. Making intersectoral collaboration the mainstream of policy making is important to address integrated policy agendas such as 'Health in All Policies' and 'Sustainable Development Goals.' Political leadership and interpersonal skills are also required to strengthen the capacity of public health sector for implementing 'Health in All Policies' in local, national, and international circumstances.

Employment Policy & Strategy of Irregular Workers in Hospital (병원의 비정규직 고용정책과 경영전략)

  • Moon, Young-Jeon;Ahn, In-Whan
    • Korea Journal of Hospital Management
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.119-145
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    • 2008
  • The objectives of this study were to inspect how the law effected on hospital employment system and which policy and strategy are needed to cope with the present situation as the law regarding irregular workers law has enacted for a year. To grasp the changes of employment style in hospital, 56 hospitals among 311 general hospitals were questioned in this study. And employment policy and strategy were developed by referencing examples of developed nations and other industries. The survey showed that the wage and welfare level of irregular workers in hospitals was improved compared to that in the other industries. But there were still much discrimination between regular and irregular workers. The policy direction of government is, first of all, to follow the principle of equal treatment to equal value of labour. The first feasible policy is to enforce social security. The second one is an employment promotion policy which reduces or exempts hospitals employing irregular workers from tax and insurance fee. The third one is to extend employment contract period to 3 years. and finally there are policies to permit more dispatched jobs and to expand the social insurance coverage. The strategies to solve the problem of irregular workers are as follows; 1) performance wage system, 2) guaranteeing employment by unlimited contract, 3) creating new category of workers, 4) the wage system of management by object, 5) the method of job classification. This study has a meaning in the point that it was studied on hospital which is special industrial part and analyzed the changes after enacting irregular workers law and presented management strategy for countermeaure program. In this study, it was expected to contribute to decisions-making in hospital management, especially when using human resources.

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Implementation and Improvement Strategies of Scientific Techniques in the Assessement Criteria of KS Certification (KS 인증 심사기준에서 과학적 기법의 적용 및 개선 방안)

  • Choi, Sung-Woon
    • Proceedings of the Safety Management and Science Conference
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    • pp.181-188
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    • 2010
  • The research presents the implementation and improvement strategies of scientific methodologies and techniques in the audit criteria of KS certification. The paper discusses the establishment of management strategy and quality policy by the alignment of BSC or policy deployment, the effective handling methodologies of control plan based on SPC, and the traceability of calibration uncertainty and MSA, etc.

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A Study on the Strategic Human Resource Management of Globalization -Focused on Japan.Korea.United States-

  • Lim, Sang-Hyuk
    • International Commerce and Information Review
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    • v.8 no.3
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    • pp.385-396
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    • 2006
  • The successful knowledge and information based companies facilitate to restructure the industry and strengthen the national competitiveness in the future. The advent of information age provides us new challenge because the information breakthrough can play a pivotal role in terms of knowledge transfer in the human resource management. Executive officer must present long term vision in order to expand enterprise continuously and establish long term management goal and strategy which are appropriate for key organizational skills of future management environment (Pfeffer, 1998). Also, long term talent management based on vision, goal and strategy and talent development strategy and employment management must be established (小池, 1994)). American HRM system's reformation cannot be defined without scientific management policy. However, currently widely discussed Japanese HRM system's reformation cannot be defined without organizational commitment focused Japanese employment system. (津田, 1992 ; 太田, 1994). Japan's development of the following policies are behind comparing to Europe : (1)Skill based talent management regardless of age, sex, nationality, race and academic background (2)Consideration of retirement age of 64 (3)Creativity and freedom promoting talent management policy. Also, there are problems to be solved. Solutions will be searched for by establishing new wage policy based on tasks and individuals in the basis of lifetime employment system.

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