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An Empirical Study on the Knowledge Sharing in a Financial Institute (금융기관 조직구성원의 지식공유에 대한 실증 연구)

  • Seol, Hyun-Do
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.97-122
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships between knowledge sharing antecedents and knowledge sharing intention in a financial institute and knowledge sharing behavior, knowledge sharing behavior and knowledge sharing performance. This paper first reviews the influencing factors of knowledge sharing and presents the research framework on knowledge sharing with categorized four factors such as structural factors, relational factors, personal and task characteristics. Based on a research framework, survey analysis was conducted with financial institution members. This paper examined the relationship between antecedents of knowledge sharing and knowledge sharing intention, knowledge sharing intention and knowledge sharing behavior. Also it analyzed the relationship between knowledge sharing behavior and the knowledge sharing performance. As a result, the paper suggested that the knowledge sharing intention consist of two dimensions. The first is voluntary knowledge sharing intention. The second is solicited knowledge sharing intention. The former has a significant positive relationship with the innovativeness, communication, personal creative propensity and perception of the knowledge sharing. The later has a significant positive relationship with the task interdependence but has a significant negative relationship with the knowledge sharing evaluation system. Knowledge sharing intention has a significant positive relationship with the knowledge sharing behavior. Also knowledge sharing behavior has a significant positive relationship with the knowledge sharing performance. Finally, the implications and limitations of the study are discussed.

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A Study on Financial Sharing Economic Business Model by the Digital Technology Development (디지털기술의 발달에 따른 금융부문의 공유경제 비즈니스모델 탐색)

  • Song, Keyong Seog
    • Journal of Information Technology Applications and Management
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    • v.21 no.4_spc
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    • pp.485-499
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    • 2014
  • Sharing Economy is the modern main item with ICT Development. Of course sharing economic item is the old and long run mainstream, but by the ICT technological development sharing economy is the fostering and affluent factors in the world economic growth. Though, in Korea, till now sharing economy is minimal, that will growth sharply. We can track various business models of sharing economy. Sharing economy is to buy use right not ownership. With the sharing economic business model wee can make also financial sharing model. In finance model we can divide two kind models. First, we can trace small size lending model with p2p type. And second, we can make financial information transaction model. But till now sharing economic system is not activated, because of many reasons. To activate, first we have to set law and various standards, and also government actively support many sharing economy firms and institutions. To catch up developed countries in the field of sharing economy we have to make aggressive and flexible rules and standards.

A Social Cultural Approach to Illegal Digital Contents Sharing (디지털콘텐츠 불법 파일공유에 관한 사회문화적 접근)

  • Park, Kyung Ja
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.113-133
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    • 2016
  • Why illegal digital contents sharing happens? This study pays attention to the fact that file sharing is an exchanging behavior between people and it is expanding despite of an illegal behavior and proposes that it is necessary for the phenomenon to be understood from social cultural point of view beyond a personal dimension. Based on the social exchange theory, this study demonstrates effects of file sharing attitudes and continuity, regarding 'group norm', 'popular demand', 'reciprocity' and 'social solidarity' as main factors. The main findings of this study are as followed;- First, it is shown that a tacit agreement of a group on file sharing is a determinant of positive attitude to file sharing and the intent of continual file sharing. Second, it is not found that the social relationship factors that are regarded as potential influential factors on file sharing attitude have effects on file sharing behavior, except for 'group norm'. Unlike previous studies, the results may come from the fact that this study deals with an illegal behavior. The third finding indicates a structural relationship between social relationship factors. When members of a group have more amicable attitude to file sharing including silence or a tacit agreement on file sharing, more people ask illegal sharing of files that they need. Such public demand creates expectation of reciprocity. As reciprocity maintains, social connectedness is strengthened. Then, strong social connectedness escalates the intent to maintain file sharing. It is important to notice that this study promotes understanding of how digital contents sharing happens by structuring and demonstrating influential relationship between characteristic factors of the social relationship.

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An Empirical Study on the Relationship of Antecedents of Flow, Organizational Commitment, Knowledge Sharing and Job Satisfaction (플로우(Flow)의 구성요인, 조직몰입, 지식공유와 직무만족과의 관계에 대한 실증연구)

  • Heo, Myung-Sook;Cheon, Myun-Joong
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.1-31
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    • 2007
  • The current study investigates the relationship of antecedents of flow, organizational commitment, knowledge sharing, information technology usage for knowledge sharing, and job satisfaction of organizational employees. This study analyze the effects of psychological states of employees both on affective states of them and on knowledge sharing by applying the internet-based flow theory to knowledge sharing. The antecedents of flow are found to have positive effects on organizational commitment. In addition, it is found that organizational commitment has a positive effect on knowledge sharing, information technology usage for knowledge sharing, and job satisfaction. While it is found that knowledge sharing has a positive effect on job satisfaction, it is found that information technology usage for knowledge sharing does not have an effect on job satisfaction, but have a positive effect on knowledge sharing. The result of this study would not only provide significant insights to knowledge management researchers and practitioners but also contribute to applying the flow theory to knowledge sharing.

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A Study on Consumer Sharing Economy Service Usage Attitudes and Usage Intentions (소비자의 공유경제 서비스 이용태도 및 이용의도에 대한 연구)

  • Lee, Seung Sin
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.55 no.2
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    • pp.105-124
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    • 2017
  • The recent global economic crisis has resulted in increased discussion and attention on the sharing economy, a form of economic activity where individuals share currently available products. This study investigates consumer sharing economy usage attitudes and usage intentions by applying rational choice theory. For this study, an investigation that had 400 adult consumers from across Korea answer a structured questionnaire was conducted. A statistical approach using SPSS ver. 22.0 was used to analyze the data. The study found that the consumer's sharing economy value and participation levels were higher than usual. Higher than usual consumption patterns were seen for the construct of rational behavior theory. An analysis of the relative influence of variables regarding sharing economy usage intention also found that usage intention was higher for those who had experienced using a sharing economy services rather than those who did not have experience. In addition, the sharing economy usage intention also increased along with the values for subjective norms, sharing economy usage attitudes, sharing economy participation, sharing economy emotional benefits, and increased values. This study found that fundamental materials for consumer education should be made to eliminate difficulties that consumers have when they use sharing economy services. It is also expected that economic policy will develop to stimulate the sharing economy in a stable manner, that sharing economy-related information will be provided to consumers, and that consumer policies will be prepared to prevent consumer problems before they occur.

A Study on the Diffusion of Talent Sharing Activities in the Local Government Dimension (지방정부 차원의 재능나눔 활동 확산에 관한 연구)

  • LEE, Choong-Ryul
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.28 no.2
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    • pp.473-488
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to present as an alternative to a new policy of the regional level about actively adopting of the Sharing Culture and to suggest policy direction of Talent Sharing activities as an intermediary Sharing activities. To achieve this, We derive a significant outcomes as compared mutual to the center of a volunteer manager and volunteer groups for talent sharing activities in Busan Area. As a result, several suggestion are presented as follow : First, we needed to build for systematic control of talent sharing activities around existing volunteer management institution. Second, Supply and Demand control system is needed to build for talent sharing activities at the local government dimension. Third, To reflect the trend of the people watching the activity with some degree of talent, expertise as a talent sharing activity, Talent sharing volunteers are needed for specialized capability verification. Finally, Sharing activities are needed to settle major policy for the systematic management of talent sharing activity and to expanded budget support of local government at the local government dimension.

Motives for Participating in Sharing Economy: Intentions to Use Car Sharing Services

  • Joo, Jae-Hun
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.21-26
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    • 2017
  • Purpose - Sharing economy is a promising research topic as a complementary approach for solving difficult issues resulting from market economy. Motive factors for consumer participation in sharing economy are necessary to facilitate the growth of sharing economy. This study analyzes motives for participating in sharing economy using samples from a car sharing service in South Korea. Research design, data, and methodology - Four hypotheses drawn from a new research model integrating the relationships between economic and social value, social value, and the intention to use sharing economy services were proposed. 292 valid samples were collected from Socar users in South Korea. Multiple regression analysis was employed to test the hypotheses. Results - An empirical study identified the importance of convenience and time savings as determinants of intention to use continuously a car sharing service. Cost savings and social value did not significantly influence the intention to use car sharing service. Conclusions - The present study implies that managers working in sharing economy don't have to miss a role of convenience. Although a new finding implies that convenience is an important factor influencing car sharing service, the present study has a limitation of generality that samples are mostly collected from the age range of 20 to 30 years.

An Extensible Architecture for Constructing Open Sharing Service (오픈 공유 서비스 구축을 위한 확장 아키텍쳐)

  • Cho, Eun-Sook;Cha, Young-Bin;Kim, Chul-Jin
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.12
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    • pp.620-627
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    • 2017
  • An open sharing market is a market providing a sharing business. It provides open sharing services handling various products, unlike existing sharing services providing specific products. Sharing under an open sharing market can include all products that are difficult for customers to deal with, and provides fluidity of trade through negotiating sharing periods and costs among sharers. There are many variant elements when you provide sharing services for various products. Therefore, in this paper, we propose an extensible architecture that can reflect the variant elements in open sharing markets. We expect the proposed architecture can continuously improve the extensibility of sharing services for various products, because we design sharing services as components to efficiently manage and provide various sharing services, and provide dynamic binding of variant elements.

Factors Influencing Household Work Sharing and Perceptions of Equitable and Unequitable Household Work Sharing in Dual-earner Households (맞벌이가구의 가사노동에 대한 공평인지와 불공평인지 집단별 가사노동분담률에 미치는 영향 요인)

  • Jung, Joowon;Cho, So Yeon
    • The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.717-729
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    • 2015
  • This study explains the differences in household work sharing and perceptions of equitable and unequitable household work sharing in dual-earner households by gender. The study also examines the effects of household work sharing and perceptions of equitable and unequitable household work sharing in dual-earner households. The sample consisted of 270 males and 349 females in their twenties to fifties in dual-earner households. Data analysis methods included frequency analysis, t-test, and multiple regression analysis methods. First, there were significant differences in household work sharing by gender. Second, there were significant differences in perceptions of equitable and unequitable household work sharing between males and females. Third, there were significant differences in perceptions of equitable and unequitable household work sharing in dual-earner households. These results verify differences in perceptions of equitable and unequitable household work sharing by gender in dual-earner households and demonstrate differential effects of factors influencing perceptions of equitable and unequitable household work sharing in dual-earner households.

Cross Cultural Study on Behavioral Intention Formation in Knowledge Sharing

  • Bock, Gee-Woo;Lee, Jin-Yue;Lee, Ju-Min
    • Asia pacific journal of information systems
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.1-32
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    • 2010
  • The implementation of Knowledge Management Systems does not guarantee knowledge sharing within organizations because knowledge sharing cannot be mandated. Although previous investigations have attempted to identify the motivational factors that facilitate knowledge sharing, the results of these studies cannot be easily applied across organizations due to the highly context specific nature of knowledge sharing. Societal culture, as well as organizational culture, affects knowledge sharing behavior. This is why successful knowledge sharing initiatives in the United States, for example, may prove ineffective in another country with a very different culture like China. Therefore, it is clearly important to understand the effects of different societal cultures on individuals' knowledge sharing behaviors. The principal objective of this study is to deepen our understanding about the impact of national culture on an individual's knowledge sharing intention. In order to achieve this goal, field data was collected from 197 employees from a variety of companies and organizations in two countries-Sweden and China. In a collectivistic culture such as China, anticipated reciprocal relationships have been shown to directly affect individuals' attitudes toward knowledge sharing, and the organizational climate has also been shown to affect subjective norms to a significant degree. Subjective norms can influence intentions to share knowledge indirectly through attitudes. In the highly individualistic culture of Sweden, one's sense of self worth and anticipated reciprocal relationships have been shown to profoundly affect individuals' attitudes towards knowledge sharing. In both countries, anticipated extrinsic rewards have been shown to exert no detectable effects on respondents' knowledge sharing attitudes, and subjective norms and organizational climate have been determined not to affect knowledge sharing intentions directly. Rather, in both cases, knowledge sharing intentions have been shown to be directly affected by attitude.