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Effects of Customer Relationship Management of Productive Welfare Institutions on Management Performance (생산적복지기관의 고객관계관리(CRM)가 경영성과에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Jin-Yeol
    • Journal of Convergence for Information Technology
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    • v.9 no.10
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    • pp.64-70
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    • 2019
  • In this study, the effect of customer relationship management on the management performance of productive welfare institutions was to be analyzed empirically. For this study, data were collected from 129 participants of productive welfare institutions in Busan. The results of this study are as follows. First, contact services and communication have a statistically significant impact on the financial performance of productive welfare institutions. Second, contact services and communication have a statistically significant impact on non-financial performance of productive welfare institutions. Based on the results of this study, the following suggestions are made. First, institutionalization of CS(customer service) education should be carried out in order to improve the management performance of productive welfare institutions. Second, participants' emotional support programs are needed to improve the management performance of productive welfare institutions.

The Effects of Onomatopoeia and Mimetic Word Productive Training Program on Auditory Performance and Vocal Development in Children with Cochlear Implants (의성어.의태어 산출 프로그램이 인공와우 착용 아동의 청능 및 발성 발달에 미치는 효과)

  • Kim, Yu-Kyung;Seok, Dong-Il
    • Speech Sciences
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.51-67
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    • 2004
  • The objective of this study was to investigate the effects in auditory performance and vocal development of Onomatopoeia and Mimetic Word Productive Training Program in prelingually deafened children with cochlear implantation. The effects were measured with Lip-profile (Listening progress profile: LiP), the number of utterances, vocal developmental level and phonetic inventory. Subjects were four children with cochlear implants who were able to detect speech sounds and environmental sounds. The Onomatopoeia and Mimetic word Productive Training Program was made up of 3 steps with 24 Onomatopoeia and Mimetic words. This study was pre and post design. The results of the study were as follows: First, after Onomatopoeia and Mimetic word Productive Training Program was treated, LiP score was significantly higher. Second, after this program was treated, the number of utterances and emergence of both canonical and postcanonical utterances were increased. Emergence of vowel and consonant Features were increased and diversified. In conclusion, Onomatopoeia and Mimetic Word Productive Training Program appeared to facilitate efficient auditory performance and vocal development.

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Productivity of the Health Center and Efficient Inputs & Outputs in Kyungnam Province (보건소 보건사업의 효율성 평가와 정책적 의의 - DEA를 이용한 경상남도 사례분석 -)

  • 김진현;유왕근
    • Health Policy and Management
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.87-119
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    • 1999
  • The main purpose of this research is to measure and analyze how productive the health centers are and how much inputs(or outputs) in the inefficient health centers should be decreased(or increased) for efficiency. The evaluation of the performance of health centers gives a strong incentive to improve resource allocation in regional health planning. It has been, however, implemented very rarely until now. In this regard, this paper measures the performance of the health centers with a single indicator for multiple-outputs in terms of productivity(technical efficiency), based on Data Envelopment method. The 20 Kyungnam health centers which provide clinic services and specific primary health care services were analyzed. The results show that 50.0% of 20 health centers were productive with respective to overall technical efficiency, 65.0% were productive for pure technical efficiency, and 50.0% for scale efficiency. The inefficient group includes Geoje, Mahsan, Miryang, Sahchun, Tongyoung, Gosung, Nahmhae, Euryang, Hahmahn, Hahbchun health centers. The worst case was identified as Tongyoung health center which represented a 47.5% efficiency, compared with productive health centers. The empirical results for input-output analysis indicates that the low-productive health centers have excessive manpower in administration department, producing low outputs in clinical services and vaccination program. These findings imply that a systemic evaluation of the performance of the Korean health centers and the subsequent structural reform are strongly required.

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A Study on the Relationship between Operational Method and Performance of Web Sites - Effect of CSR on Employees' Organizational Commitment and Productive behaviors - (인터넷 웹사이트 운영전략 및 성과 간 관계 연구 - 기업의 사회적 책임(CSR)이 조직 구성원의 조직몰입 및 생산적 행동에 미치는 영향을 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Jong-Pil;Park, Mi;Kim, Hyung-Wook
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.43 no.1
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    • pp.67-84
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: By analyzing what kind of organizational reaction is shown by employees to corporate social responsibility (CSR), I want to propose a plan to maximize achievement(organizational commitment and productive behavior) within corporation. Methods: Regression analysis is used to analyze relationship between CSR awareness and achievement within corporation. Then structural equation model is used to check control effect of corporate member's participation in CSR. Results: It is proved that employee's CSR awareness has positive relationship with organizational commitment and productive behavior. It is shown that when employees have participated in CSR programs directly, effectiveness of relationship was especially higher for Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) and innovative behavior. Conclusion: In order to increase organizational commitment and productive behavior of employees, corporation's social responsibility management, in other words ethical management must be used so their motivation can be increased and so they can directly participate in CSR programs which will increase effectiveness of organization.

Puberty Related Changes in Hormonal Levels, Productive Performance, Carcass Traits, and Their Interactions in Slovakian White Gilts

  • Kolesarova, A.;Sirotkin, A.V.;Roychoudhury, S.;Capcarova, M.
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.182-187
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    • 2010
  • The aim of this experiment was to evaluate the levels of hormones (progesterone, IGF-I and IGFBP-3) in blood plasma, growth, carcass traits and their interactions of sexually immature (n = 18) and sexually mature (n = 17) gilts. To calculate average daily weight gain (ADG), gilts were individually weighed at the beginning of the trial and at slaughter (110${\pm}$10 days old). Blood concentrations of progesterone, IGF-I and IGFBP-3 were determined by RIA. The right hot carcass sides were dissected and the individual basic parts from carcasses were weighed to record the carcass traits. IGFBP-3, ADG and carcass traits were not affected by pubertal maturation. Compared to sexually immature gilts, mature gilts had higher blood concentrations of progesterone and IGF-I. High correlations were noted between levels of some hormonal substances, productive performance and carcass traits of sexually immature and mature gilts.

A Study on the relationship between dynamic capability & technology innovation performance

  • Lim, Heon-Jin;Park, Hyun-Yong
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.23 no.12
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    • pp.211-218
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    • 2018
  • In this paper, we propose that investigating the relationship between the dynamic capacity and the technological innovation performance of firms. Based on the previous research, we divide the dynamic capacity into the adaptive capacity, absorption capacity, and productive capacity. Among the 3,400 companies responding to the technical statistics of SMEs in 2011, we performed multiple regression analysis with 2,807 except service industries. As a result, the absorptive capacity and productive capacity have a positive effect on the technological innovation performance at the 99% level, whereas the adaptive capacity has a negative effect on the technological innovation performance at the 95% level. The implications of this study are as follows. First, in order to improve the performance of technological innovation, it is important to strengthen the absorption capacity and productive capacity of companies. Absorption capacity shows that it is important to secure sufficient R & D manpower and R & D cost to utilize internal knowledge as well as to bring outside knowledge into the capacity to assimilate and utilize external knowledge. Second, the ability to commercialize a product is a capability to commercialize a technology that has succeeded in development, showing that the technology development organization must have the capability of post-development commercialization as well as technology development. Finally it shows the negative effect on adaptation capacity and innovation performance. Companies actively utilize external sources of information in order to respond to and adapt to the rapidly changing business environment. However, the results of this study show that a strategic approach is needed to use external sources of information and technology development resources. Especially as the use of external information resources and technology development resources increases.

Lifetime Performance of Nili-ravi Buffaloes in Pakistan

  • Bashir, M.K.;Khan, M.S.;Bhatti, S.A.;Iqbal, A.
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.661-668
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    • 2007
  • Data on 1,037 Nili-Ravi buffaloes from four institutional herds were used to study lifetime milk yield, herd life, productive life and breeding efficiency. A general linear model was used to study the environmental effects while an animal model having herd, year of birth and age at first calving (as covariate) along with random animal effect was used to estimate breeding values. The lifetime milk yield, herd life, productive life and breeding efficiency averaged $7,723{\pm}164$ kg, $3,990{\pm}41$ days, $1,061{\pm}19$ days and 64 percent, respectively. All the traits were significantly (p<0.01) affected by the year of birth and herd of calving, while the herd life was also affected (p<0.01) by the age at first calving. The heritabilities for lifetime milk yield, herd life, productive life and breeding efficiency were $0.093{\pm}0.056$, $0.001{\pm}0.055$, $0.144{\pm}0.079$ and 0.001, respectively. The definition for productive life, where each lactation gets credit upto 10 months had slightly better heritability and may be preferred over the definition where no limit is placed on lactation length. The genetic correlation between productive life and lifetime milk yield was low but high between productive life and herd life. The selection for productive life will increase herd life while lifetime milk yield will also improve. The overall phenotypic trend during the period under the study was negative for lifetime milk yield (-280 kg/year), herd life (-93 days), productive life (-42 days/year) and breeding efficiency (-0.36 percent/year), whereas the genetic trend was positive for lifetime milk yield (+15 kg/year) and productive life (+4 days/year).

Effects of different parities on productive performance of lactating sows (산차가 비유모돈의 생산성에 미치는 영향)

  • Song, Minho;Kim, Do-Myung;Choi, Kyu-Myung;Seo, Seongwon
    • Korean Journal of Agricultural Science
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.365-369
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    • 2012
  • Fast recovery of feed intake and milk production are very important in the management of lactating sows because they are directly related to sow and litter performance. It is also known that parity is one of factors affecting feed intake and milk yield during lactation. Therefore, the objective of this study was to evaluate effects of different parities on productive performance of lactating sows fed diets containing different levels of DDGS. A total of 245 sows were divided into 3 parity groups of 1 to 2, 3 to 5, and over 5 parities. Within each parity group, sows were allottedto 1 of 4 dietary treatments that were prepared by inclusion of 0, 10, 20, and 30% DDGS in lactation diets. Diets were fed to sows during lactation. Sows with parities 1-2 had lower (p < 0.05) initial sow body weight, sow feed intake, sow weight change, and sow backfat change during lactation than sows with parities 3-5 as well as parities over 5. However, sows with parities over 5 had lower (p < 0.05) litter size at weaning, litter birth weight, litter weaning weight, and piglet average daily gain and higher pre-weaning mortality than sows with parities 1-2 as well as parities 3-5. In conclusion, parity influences productive performance of lactating sows.

Effect of Age at First Calving on Productive and Reproductive Performance in Dairy Cattle

  • Sung, Mu-Kyung;Lee, Soo-Chan;Jeong, Jae-Kwan;Choi, In-Soo;Moon, Sung-Ho;Kang, Hyun-Gu;Kim, Ill-Hwa
    • Journal of Veterinary Clinics
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    • v.33 no.2
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    • pp.93-96
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    • 2016
  • This retrospective study evaluated the effect of age at first calving on the productive and reproductive performance in Holstein dairy cattle. Data were collected on 2,297 lactations from 19 dairy farms, including dates of birth, insemination, pregnancy, calving, and lactation and milk production (305-day milk yield at first lactation and lifetime milk yield). Lactation data were grouped based on age at first calving into the early (< 24 months, n = 414), moderate (24 ${\leq}$ and ${\leq}$ 28 months, n = 1,268), and late (> 28 months, n = 615) groups. The 305-day milk yield at first lactation was higher (p < 0.005) in the late group (8,461.9 kg) than in the early (8,130.8 kg) and moderate (8,261.9 kg) groups. Lifetime days in milk were shorter (p < 0.01) in the early group (1,045.7) than in the moderate (1,143.1) and late (1,110.7) groups, whereas the lifetime milk yield was higher (p < 0.05) in the moderate group (34,171.8 kg) than in the early group (31,791.6 kg). The second calving interval (days) differed (p < 0.0001) between the early (416.9), moderate (438.9), and late (455.3) groups. The culling rate at the first and second lactations tended to be higher (p = 0.08) in the early group (31.2%) than in the moderate group (26.0%), whereas it was intermediate in the late group (29.3%). In conclusion, dairy heifers aged 24-28 months at first calving showed a higher productive performance through an increased lifetime milk yield and a decreased culling rate.