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A Study on the Influence of Characteristics of Service Nature Dynamic Capability on Organizational Innovation of Small and Medium size Manufacturing Firms (서비스 본질 특성과 동태적 역량이 중소제조기업의 조직혁신에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, JeungSun;Kim, Hyunsoo
    • Journal of Service Research and Studies
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.27-39
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    • 2018
  • This study is an empirical study to examine the effect of the characteristics of service nature of Korean small and medium manufacturing firms on organizational innovation. It is essential to know service in order for Korea, which has a strong image as a fast follower, to enhance the competitiveness of Small and Medium size Manufacturing firms. By analyzing the service characteristics phenomenon, it is possible to understand the service nature characteristics and to strengthen the capacity to meet them. In order to gain a new resource while achieving organizational innovation, the manufacturing industry can produce new demand for the main products with competitive advantage. The characteristics of service nature are derived from relationship, equality, interactivity, and experiential value. In order to enhance the competitiveness of small and medium size manufacturing firms, core competencies required for organizational innovation are set as dynamic competencies, and to prove it. The dynamic capacity was found to affect the relationship, interactivity, and experience value. It is proved that it is an important factor to promote organizational innovation as a capability to identify and actively utilize organizational innovation opportunities ahead of competitors in a rapidly changing environment. It is needed to confirm that large corporations, midsize companies, and overseas companies can achieve the same results.

CD Program Development Applied Logotherapy to Improve Quality of Life of Older School-age Children with Terminal Cancer (학령후기 말기 암 환아의 삶의 질 증진을 위한 의미요법 CD 프로그램 개발)

  • Kang, Kyung-Ah;Kim, Shin-Jeong;Song, Mi-Kyung
    • Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.82-90
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a CD program of applied logotherapy to improve the quality of life of older school-age children with terminal cancer. Methods: Keller's ARCS (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, Satisfaction) theory and a model for developing learning materials (Dick and Cray) were applied to develop this program which comprised four distinct phases: planning, developing, applying, and evaluation stages. Results: This program was entitled 'Finding treasures in my mind' and consisted of 5 sessions, and its educational contents were made up as follows: "Treasure One" is 'learning three natures of the human mind', "Treasure Two" is 'learning creative value as first method to find meaning of life', "Treasure Three" is 'learning experiential value as second method to find meaning of life', "Treasure Four" is 'learning attitudinal value as third method to find meaning of life', and "Treasure Five" is 'Becoming the master of my life'. The sub-menu was made up of 'Beginning', 'What is it?', 'Travelling'. 'Laughing Song', and 'End'. Conclusion: This CD program is an applied logotherapy with flash animation technique as an emotional and spiritual intervention program for easier and more scientific application in pediatric oncology and hospice area.

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Case Study on Free Market in front of Hongik University: Store Based on New Experiential Value (경험적 가치기반의 매장에 관한 Ethnography: 홍대 앞 프리마켓(free market)을 중심으로)

  • Yoo, Chang-Jo;Kim, Min-A
    • Journal of Distribution Research
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.1-21
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    • 2007
  • This study introduces 'Free Market' that was recently developed in front of Hongik university. 'Free market', as a place for transactions for art products produced by artists or prospective artists, is held regularly every Saturday in front of Hongik university. This study collected data through in-depth interviews with participants and participant observations at the market to analyze the success factors of 'Free Market'. We described development process, unique characteristics of 'Free Market' and new experiential values that the market provide to the participants. This free market was introduced as roadside stand in the middle of 1990s when some artists started selling their works. It passed through the growth stage after it staged the event that had mixed characteristics of 'flee market' and 'art market' at local festivals in 2001. In 2002 Sin-Chon culture forum directedculture-oriented market and the market has been developed as a current 'Free Market'. Recently 'Free Market' is comprised of steps, artists, and customers who voluntarily participated in the market. The market is held regularly every Saturday and provide various types of programs for the participants. Major characteristics of this free market were summarized as 'complex space' and 'role transition', and these characteristics provided the participants new experiential values such as 'freedom', 'emergent experiences', 'social interaction' and 'hero of festivals' through the participant role. We interpret that 'Free Market' has been successfully settled down as a new type of retail store based on these new experiential values. Therefore, this case provides very useful implications that unique experiential values that a store provides to the customers can be major sources of store competitive advantages.

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A Study on Factors that Affect Intention to Use Accommodation Sharing Service (숙박공유서비스 이용의도에 영향을 미치는 요인에 관한 연구)

  • Yun, Jeong-Hwan;Lee, Sang-Joon
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.26 no.3
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    • pp.187-209
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    • 2017
  • Purpose The sharing economy is the most important keyword that is changing the paradigm of the world economy and management, and it was selected as one of 10 ideas to change the world in 2011 in Time magazine. The purpose of this study is to verify the structural relationship between perceived value and risk, network effect, usefulness, trust, and intention to use of accommodation service. In addition, the effects of utility and trust, and the experience of using accommodation service are controlled by the effect of empirical value and reciprocal value among the perceived value of sharing economic service, The purpose of this study is to propose a plan to activate the accommodation sharing service. Design/methodology/approach This study was designed to investigate the structural relationship between perceived value, perceived risk, network effect, usefulness, trust, and intention to use. Empirical analysis was done using SPSS 21.0 and AMOS 21.0 Findings Based on the results of this study, the following conclusions can be drawn. First, it was concluded that the higher the economic value of the accommodation sharing service is, the more useful and reliable the service is. Second, the higher the experiential value of the accommodation sharing service is, the higher the usefulness and reliability of the service are. Third, it was concluded that the higher the value of the mutual benefit of the accommodation sharing service is, the higher the trust level of the service is, but not the usefulness of the service. Fourth, it was concluded that the higher the perceived risk of accommodation sharing service is, the lower the service trust level is, but the service usability is not affected. Fifth, it was concluded that the larger the network effect of the accommodation sharing service is, the more useful the service is, but it does not affect the reliability of the service. Sixth, it was concluded that the higher the overall reliability of the accommodation sharing service is, the higher the usefulness of the service is. Seventh, it was concluded that the higher the overall usefulness and reliability of the accommodation sharing service are, the higher the intention to use the sharing service is. Finally, in order to test the effect of the experience on the use of trust and usefulness of the accommodation sharing service, multiple group analysis was conducted to examine the relationship between trust and usefulness, It is shown that there is a moderating effect in the path.

A Study of the Value of Contemporary Urban Agriculture as Represented by the Saekgyeong(穡經) by Seogye Park Se-dang(西溪 朴世堂) (서계 박세당(西溪 朴世堂) 색경(穡經)에 표방된 현대 도시농업적 가치에 관한 연구)

  • Lim, Jung-Eon;Sung, Jong-Sang
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture
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    • v.33 no.1
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    • pp.76-87
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    • 2015
  • The present study examines the Saekgyeong (Classic of Husbandry; 1676), an agricultural manual dating from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), and the agricultural thought of its author by Park Se-dang (pen name: Seogye; 1629-1703), a scholar. Its purpose lies in exploring the value of contemporary urban agriculture based on an examination of the attitudes toward agriculture, the values pursued through agriculture, and the ways of dealing with and using land as evinced by the classic and its author. Confirmed through an examination of Park's agricultural philosophy and the Saekgyeong, the results of the present study are as follow. First, there is the socioeconomic value of pursuing the stability of and promoting the economic independence of indigent petty peasants through productivity improvement. Second, there is the experiential value of exploration through experience and agricultural field practice for study. Third, there is the environmental value of endeavoring to overcome an infertile natural environment through agricultural methods that sought to accommodate the land by reading the flow and phenomena of nature. Fourth, there is the practical value of compiling the Saekgyeong and seeking to broaden its use as a guidebook containing agricultural methods appropriate to the land and the wisdom for life.8) When examined in terms of contemporary urban agriculture, the significance of the four values above is as follows: the socioeconomic effect of encouraging urban agricultural activities as a means of welfare for socially alienated classes and promoting the creation of jobs; the enhancement of the significance of study through hands-on activities from an educational perspective; the recycling and recovery of resources and the enhancement of environmental consciousness for the recovery of urban ecology; and a practical spirit that seeks to contribute directly to society through academic research that contributes to practical life and approaches familiar to the populace. The present study sought to find the value of urban agriculture, under discussion in diverse ways in recent years, in the thoughts of our ancestors, who pondered on agriculture. Despite differences in the periodic background, the significance of the present study lies in its in-depth reexamination of the fundamental significance of diverse agricultural values that are being pursued today.