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An Evaluation on Pilot Informatization Projects : A View of User Satisfaction (사용자 만족도 관점에서의 정보화 시범사업평가)

  • 양경식;김현수
    • Journal of Information Technology Applications and Management
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.31-46
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    • 2002
  • The objective of this paper is to develop an evaluation model for pilot informatization projects. There are relatively many researches on evaluation models for information systems. These previous researches, however, lack of comprehensive view of informatization Projects and pilot systems. We apply and test a hybrid evaluation model for to measure the success of pilot informatization projects. A user satisfaction model has been used and hypotheses are developed to find relationships of evaluation factors. The hypotheses have been tested with 51 user surveys. The result of this research can give an insight for the evaluation of pilot informatization projects.

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A Study on the Evaluation Criteria for the Performance of Smart Grid Pilot Projects (스마트그리드 시범사업 성과 평가기준 연구)

  • Kim, Hyun-Jae;Park, Chan-Kook
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.10 no.8
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    • pp.15-20
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    • 2012
  • South Korea is carrying out and expanding smart grid pilot projects to build a framework for a national smart grid and expand overseas markets. It is important to properly evaluate performance for the projects and further develop related businesses in a more desirable direction. This study is to provide evaluation criteria for the performance of smart grid pilot projects and a basis for further continuous development according to the type of projects. Evaluation criteria were selected through reviews of documental materials and expert discussions. The viability of the proposed draft in the situation of South Korea was examined by expert Delphi surveys. The Delphi surveys were conducted twice, and therefrom drawn were 18 evaluation criteria for 6 evaluation categories.

A Study on the Implementation Model of Global e-trade (글로벌 전자무역 구현모델에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Sang-Jin;Chung, Ja-Son
    • International Commerce and Information Review
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.305-322
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    • 2005
  • To meet the demand of Korea's e-trade, global e-trade should be implemented and the global network is absolutely needed for the completion of e-trade. In this regard, this study suggested the concept and effect of global e-trade and analyzed the current status of PAA, ASEM projects which have been processing as pilot projects. Also, it derived tasks for the implementation of global e-trade through SWOT analysis and made up questions to the firms which are participating the pilot projects. Therefore, the four implementation models of global e-trade network are brought up. These models are very similar to each pilot project such as PAA, ASEM, and could be classified by developed and developing countries.

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Review of Rural Housing Policies for Rural Revitalization Based on the Analysis of Rural Newtown Projects (농어촌 뉴타운조성사업을 토대로 본 농촌 활성화를 위한 주거환경 정책 방향)

  • Park, Jung-a;Choi, Byungsook;Kang, Inho
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.24 no.6
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    • pp.887-901
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    • 2015
  • This study aims to identify limitations and pending problems after reviewing the overall policies and status of rural Newtown projects, and to seek solutions to its problems. This study targeted the villages of 5 districts, which were developed as rural new-towns after 2009 and included the basic status and progress of the pilot districts. This study conducted a literature review to examine the basic status and progress of the pilot districts, and based on this, analyzed the demand prediction, site selection, project implementation, and housing and amenity facilities of the pilot districts. The study methods included literature reviews, on-site surveys, interviews with village representatives, and consultations with experts. According to the analysis results, a low occupancy rate of the Newtown project districts is because the prediction of occupancy demand was incorrectly completed before implementing the projects. Also, the eligibility for occupancy, such as age restriction and mandatory farming was too strict. Other problems included an absence of income generation support policies for rural returnees, a housing supply policy in disregard of agricultural characteristics, and a lack of understanding of maintenance of communal space, etc.

A Study on User Satisfaction in u-IT New Technology Verification Projects Focused on Domestic RFID/USN Pilot Projects (u-IT 신기술 검증프로젝트의 대한 사용자 만족도에 대한 연구)

  • Lim, Kyu-Kwan;Lim, Young-Hwan
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.1-10
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    • 2010
  • Since 2004, the Korean government has been engaged in u-IT new technology verification projects in an effort to level up the industries. Recently, cases are reported that RFID/USN technology has been adopted and applied to business processes, mainly by large enterprises. However, further policies and support for the industries have been restrained because of unavailability of essential data for policy making. Therefore, the study examined the level of satisfaction among the actual recipient organizations from the 27 pilot projects to draw implications from the study result. Accordingly, the level of satisfaction was assessed in four project phases from RFID/USN building, utilization (technical quality), utilization (business quality), to maintenance. The study result showed that the technical stability reached a significant level but the level of satisfaction in the maintenance phase for the utilization and proliferation of the technology remained at the lowest. It suggested that a more specified policy support is needed in the maintenance phase to include inexpensive supply of tags and devices, a maintenance establishment of consortium to maintain reliability and continuity of service, strengthening internal competence of the beneficiary organizations for utilization of RFID/USN.

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A Case Study on the Successful Old-Town u-City Construction by an Effective Financing (효과적인 재원조달을 통한 구도시 u-City 구축사례연구)

  • Park, Kwang-Ho;Kim, Myung-Dong;Kim, Yun-Hyung
    • Journal of the Society of Korea Industrial and Systems Engineering
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    • v.35 no.3
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    • pp.192-203
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    • 2012
  • As a leading nation of ubiquitous technology, South Korea has been promoting u-City pilot projects throughout the country. According to 'Fundamental Construction Law of u-City,' u-City projects are classified into old-town and new-town types. However, most projects have focused only on the new-town type. Pushing forward large-scale land development projects, Korea Land and Housing Corporation (LH Co.) under Ministry of Land Transport and Maritime Affairs (MLTM) has gained a development profit out of the u-City infrastructure and then donated the infrastructure to a local government without making any plan for operations. In the process of u-City pilot projects, old-towns have been relatively ignored and various of unexpected problems have emerged. Building the u-City of an old-town is not easy due to many constraints such as huge initial investment, long validity and verification procedures, lack of useful services for citizens, lack of professional outsourcing methods for business promotion, high operating costs of the integrated control center, inadequate law related, insufficient institutional requirements and so on. This paper introduces a case study on u-City development for an old-town, Ansan City, as a private investment project. The case will help boost u-City projects for old-towns by solving their problems and providing an effective operational mechanism. As the first BTL (Build-Transfer-Lease) project for constructing u-City, 'Broadband Information Network Development Project' of Ansan City will provide a reference model of expanding u-City projects for other cities.

Classification and Analysis of the Project Contents and Expected Effects of Urban Regeneration Pilot Projects (도시재생 선도지역의 사업내용 및 기대효과 유형 분류 및 분석 -근린재생형 도시재생 선도지역 마중물 사업을 대상으로-)

  • Bae, Min-Kyung;Park, Seung-Hoon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.10
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    • pp.527-544
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    • 2018
  • Urban regeneration is a project to enhance the competitiveness. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the contents and expected effects of urban regeneration projects. In this study, we classified and analyzed the contents and expected effects of the 11 neighborhood urban regeneration pilot projects. The main results are as follows; First, physical regeneration is the most popular in terms of project contents, and social approach is the most typical for the expected effects. Second, the project of social regeneration is mainly focused on strengthening the capacity of residents. Third, the most expected effect of physical regeneration was about the improvement of landscape. Fourth, the most expected effect of social regeneration was the contents of residents' participation. Finally, there is a need for the development of projects that can expect a combination effects rather than a single effect. The urban regeneration new deal projects need to pay more attention to projects that can have various effects based on the development of competitive urban contents.

Development of a Community-Based Palliative Care Model for Advance Cancer Patients in Public Health Centers in Busan, Korea

  • Kim, Sook-Nam;Choi, Soon-Ock;Shin, Seong Hoon;Ryu, Ji-Sun;Baik, Jeong-Won
    • Cancer Research and Treatment
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    • v.49 no.3
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    • pp.559-568
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    • 2017
  • Purpose A feasible palliative care model for advance cancer patients is needed in Korea with its rapidly aging population and corresponding increase in cancer prevalence. This study describes the process involved in the development of a community-based palliative care (CBPC) model implemented originally in a Busan pilot project. Materials and Methods The model development included steps I and II of the pilot project, identification of the service types, a survey exploring the community demand for palliative care, construction of an operational infrastructure, and the establishment of a service delivery system. Public health centers (including Busan regional cancer centers, palliative care centers, and social welfare centers) served as the regional hubs in the development of a palliative care model. Results The palliative care project included the provision of palliative care, establishment of a support system for the operations, improvement of personnel capacity, development of an educational and promotional program, and the establishment of an assessment system to improve quality. The operational infrastructure included a service management team, provision teams, and a support team. The Busan Metropolitan City CBPC model was based on the principles of palliative care as well as the characteristics of public health centers that implemented the community health projects. Conclusion The potential use of the Busan CBPC model in Korea should be explored further through service evaluations.

Evaluation of Project Manager's Leadership in Construction Projects;Based on LBDQ and Pilot Test (건설 현장소장의 리더십 평가 방안에 관한 연구;LBDQ 기법을 활용한 파일럿 테스트를 중심으로)

  • Gang, Ji-Sun;Kim, Han-Soo
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute Of Construction Engineering and Management
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    • pp.209-212
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    • 2007
  • Project managers' leadership in construction projects significantly influence project performance and outcomes. However, due to its conceptual and quantitative nature, leadership is a subject which is difficult to be evaluated or measured despite of the benefits of its measurement. The objective is this paper to apply the LBDQ technique in evaluating project managers' leadership and discuss outcomes through a pilot test.

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New Direction of Pilot Rural Development -With Respect to Rural Settlement Zone Development Project- (새로운 시범(示範) 농촌(農村) 건설(建設) 방향(方向) - 농어촌정주생활권개발사업(農漁村定住生活圈開發事業)을 중심으로 -)

  • Lim, Jae Hwan
    • Korean Journal of Agricultural Science
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.209-222
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    • 1995
  • To mitigate the development gap between urban and rural area, the government has implemented project planning as the Rural Integrated Development in each Gun level since 1986. On account of shortage of the development fund, the government had changed the Gun level development into Myeon level development so called the Rural Central Settlement Zone Development. The government had started nine pilot projects throughout Korea from 1990. This study is aimed at identifing problems that found in the course of implementation of the projects and recommending the new direction of the successful implementation of the projects in the future. The problems and directions found in the cource of project implementation were as follows: 1. Project implementation by investment priority considering economic and financial rate of return should be made. 2. Objective project planning should be made. 3. Equal allocation of the limited investment fund by group interest and egoism should be prohibited. 4. Enforcement of special man power should be taken into account. 5. Unification of the diversified existing terms and conditions of loans for house construction and improvement. 6. Road development oriented budget allocation should be improved. 7. Sufficient development fund should be procured considering the present rate of sufficiency of the project cost as 36%. 8. Sufficient supply of the credit loans for improvement of living environment of the farmers should be realized. 9. Rational implementation planning in connection with farm household income source development should be made.

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