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A Study on Activating Blue Tourism by Value Chain Model (가치사슬 모형을 이용한 자원별 어촌관광 활성화 방안에 관한 연구)

  • 김진백
    • The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.87-115
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    • 2003
  • Korean fisheries societies have had many difficulties for economic, social, and living circumstances. The government has tried many projects to improve these circumstances. But the results of the projects did not come up to his expectation. Recently, blue tourism is emerging as an alternative for improving these circumstances. So we applied a tourism value chain model for identifying what value activities and resources needed. According to the tourism value chain model, it was identified that there were six different value activities, i. e. advertising, reserving, moving, experiencing, returning, and after services of blue tourism. To identify which of the resources are sufficient or not in Korean blue tourism, we compared the required resources with actual ones. It was identified that Korean fisheries societies have so sufficient H/W related resources, but not IT related S/W resources, humanware-based resources, some industrial H/W resources and sociocultural resources. Therefore, Korean blue tourism will be activated, we have to concentrate our efforts on supplementing some scant blue tourism resources, i.e. S/W and humanware related resources and developing a variety of tourism programs to H/W resources. Generally, sustainable tourism needs all of S/W, H/W, and humanware resources. So we suggest several policies for the aspects of S/W, H/W, and humanware resources to activate blue tourism. But before carrying these policies out, they should be tested by field studies. And tourism motivations will be also studied because effective tourism marketing is impossible without an understanding of consumers' motivations.

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Developing Strategy for Heritage Tourism Supply Chain Quality Management

  • SUMANTRI, Yeni
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics, and Business
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    • v.7 no.10
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    • pp.423-432
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    • 2020
  • Increasing the tourism sector has a positive impact on a country. The Indonesian government has targeted to increase the number of tourists from year to year including the heritage tourism sector. However, the number of the heritage tourism sector increases slowly. To overcome this problem, this research is aimed to investigate the services performed by managements of that sector; the barrier and driver factors of heritage tourism supply chain quality management; and to identify strategies that can be implemented to improve the sector. This study used SERVQUAL method to analyze service performance of the sector. Furthermore, an in-depth interview was conducted to achieve completed objectives. The data obtained from questionnaires and interviews in several heritage tourism areas located in East Java Province of Indonesia. The results show that all SERVQUAL dimensions stay on the adequate value range. Visitors argue that the heritage tourism sector in East Java has interesting locations, collections and circumstances. However, the sector has several weaknesses compared to other tourism sectors. The strategy that can be done to improve the performance of this sector are to perform the area as an event venue, additional visiting hours, integration with other types of tourism sectors, making websites as a means of promotion.

Supply Chain Management Based on XML and Mobile Agent for Tourism Industry (관광 산업을 위한 XML 기반의 Mobile Agent를 이용한 공급 사슬 관리)

  • 이동철;최덕원
    • Journal of the Society of Korea Industrial and Systems Engineering
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    • v.25 no.2
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    • pp.84-91
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    • 2002
  • The progress of information technology triggered the rapid progress of tourism industry and the industry has now grown to be the biggest and the highest value added producing industry. Tourism industry is characterized by its high information dependency and is subject to the frequent changes of schedule. Therefore, dynamic cooperations between the service provider and the service agent is essential. One of the latest trend in information technology is the popular adoption of XML as the standard means of document exchange in the internet environment. This paper proposes a supply chain management system which enhances the productivity and customer satisfaction in the tourism industry by exploiting the exchange of information in XML among the tourism society, which consists of the producer, the agents, and the consumer. This Paper is especially addressed to the applicability of e-SCM for the productivity enhancement in the tourism industry, which is known as the leading service industry in the internet environment.

"Word of Mouth" in the Chain Restaurant Industry (체인 레스토랑 산업에서 고객의 '구전 효과' 형성에 관한 연구)

  • Hyun, Sung-Hyup;Heo, Cindy Yoon-Joung
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.606-618
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    • 2010
  • The study investigated how 'word of mouth' originates in the chain restaurant industry. It has long been acknowledged that 'word of mouth' is a critical factor for the success of a restaurant business due to its targetability and cost effectiveness. A review of the literature revealed four antecedents of 'word of mouth': service quality, perceived value, satisfaction, and relationship quality. Based on the theoretical/empirical relationships between those constructs, a structural model composed of the hypotheses was proposed. The structural model was tested with data collected from 471 chain restaurant patrons. The structural equation modeling analysis revealed that five constructs in the proposed model are interrelated, and during this process, word of mouth is formed in the chain restaurant industry. A positive relationship between service quality and satisfaction (0.265, p<0.05), service quality and perceived value (0.831, p<0.05), service quality and relationship quality (0.465, p< 0.05), and service quality and WOM (0.263, p< 0.05) were found, indicating that service quality is a key prerequisite for word of mouth and other constructs proposed in the model. It was revealed that perceived value doe not have a direct impact on WOM formation (t=1.275, p=0.202), but a positive relationship between perceived value and satisfaction (0.293, p<0.05) and between satisfaction and WOM (0.627, p< 0.05) were found. Therefore, it was concluded that patrons' perceived value influences word of mouth formation, but that impact is mediated by satisfaction. During this process, relationship quality also plays a mediating role in generating word of mouth. Based on data analysis, theoretical/managerial implications are discussed.

A Study of the Effect of Aviation·Tourism Industry Employees' Airport Service Policy Acceptance on Creating Customer's Value (항공관광종사원의 공항서비스 정책수용성 인식이 고객가치에 미치는 영향)

  • Choi, Seong-Soo;Kim, Kwang-Ok;Choi, Jin-Young;Kim, Hyun-Deuk
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.11-22
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    • 2017
  • Aviation/tourism industry has a unique characteristic of high inter-dependance between customer and service-provider. It is the mental condition of service-provider that could influence on the attitude of the service-provider. Thus, it is important to manage the mental condition of the service employees to enhance a company's financial performance. This paper tries to analyze the combined model of both policy acceptance and service profit chain(SPC) models. First, service policy acceptance model tells how the service policy acceptance, which consists of policy compliance, trust, participation and policy failure, would influence on SPC model. According to empirical research, it was found that both the employees' policy compliance and the policy trust have a positive significant impact on their participation on service policy. In the policy acceptance model, the employee's voluntary participation based on their trust and compliance of the policy was proven to have a positive effect on increasing job satisfaction and customer orientation. Regarding SPC model, their participation in the policy had the strongest impact among variables on customer orientation. Such results implies the employees' participation on the policy could become the starting point to enhance the customer value.

A Study on the Status Quo and the Improvements of Blue Tourism Websites in the Context of Electronic Commerce (해양관광 사이트의 전자상거래 지원지능에 대한 실태 및 개선방안)

  • 김진백
    • The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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    • v.35 no.1
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    • pp.57-85
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    • 2004
  • To develop an blue tourism website(BTW) for electronic commerce(EC), information requirements of BTW are defined firstly. We defined information requirements of BTW from two aspects, i.e., front office and back office. Information requirements for front office were derived by consumer purchasing decision process. And information requirements for back office were derived by tourism value chain. Total 29 functions are identified as critical EC related functions of BTW. Among them, 25 functions were investigated into BTW. BTWs were searched by search engines - Yahoo and Empas - to Korean websites. There are 12 specialized BTWs, except one cyber museum website. For 12 websites, 25 functions were probed. By the results, in need recognition stage of blue tourism, only weather information was provided in most websites. In information search stage of blue tourism, package recommendation and various contents were provided in most websites. In consumption stage of blue tourism, traffic information were provided in most websites. And in after - sales service stage of blue tourism, bulletin board function was implemented in most websites. The rest of the functions were scarcely implemented. On the whole, it was concluded that most EC related functions of BTW in Korea were not implemented properly. To improve the status quo, it is expected in the dimension of individual website, that marketing planning, customized service, intelligent service, reinforcing purchasing assistance functions, customer relationship management, and escrow service etc. need to be implemented. And it is expected in the dimension of blue tourism industry, that standardizing product catalog, security assistance policy, information sharing by industrial database, finding referral model of BTW, elevating information mind, revising related laws etc. are needed.

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A Study of Brand Value Development on Convention Destination: Application of Means-End Chain and Laddering Technique (Means-End Chain과 Laddering을 이용한 컨벤션도시의 브랜드가치 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Oh, Chang-Ho;Yook, Poong-Rim;Hwang, Jae-Wie;Kang, Sun-Goo
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.253-272
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    • 2012
  • One of the fastest growing sectors in tourism industry is the use of applications from the MICE industry in various parts including business, politics, and cultural exchange due to globalization among the countries. The means-end chain theory suggests that convention participants perceive and judge convention destination as the means to achieving a desired end-state in a given destination selection situation. This study aims at establishing a convention destination's attributes, the benefits of consequences of using it, and the personal values it satisfies. A laddering interview was conducting in order to provide in-depth probing and to elicit responses from 96 visitors. This study presents the unique pyramid-structure of the means-end chain; a model linking perceived convention destination attributes to values. Understanding these concepts provides opportunities for convention destinations to target market segmentation and advertising based on the participants' desired end-states. In conclusion, the major correlations of attributions of the visitors, consequences, and the values are; informativeness(A), activity(A), tourist attraction(A) - sympathy(C), human relations(C) - self-development(V), and fellowship(V).

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A Study on the Private Consumption Value of Franchise Companies: A Comparison of Foreign and Domestic Brand Consumers

  • PARK, So-Yeon;PARK, Hye-Yoon
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.17 no.8
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    • pp.15-24
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    • 2019
  • Purpose - The relationship between personal consumption value and brand trust and brand attitude, brand trust and brand attitude, and brand loyalty was analyzed at a time when customers visiting domestic and foreign brands with mutual competition recognized the coffee shop as a new cultural space. Research design, data, and methodology - To examine these research models, samples were collected from 348 peoples who visited Coffee Franchise Companies during March to April, 2019. Results - The results of the study showed that Most of the assumptions about consumers' personal consumption values and brand trust, brand attitude and brand loyalty were adopted. This shows that there is a positive and organic relationship between these variables. Conclusions - Consumers' personal consumption values are found to have a positive impact on brand trust and brand attitudes. This means that the more positive an individual's consumption value is, the more confidence and likability a brand has. Brand trust has been shown to have a positive impact on brand attitudes. Brand attitudes and brand trust also have a positive impact on brand loyalty. This means efficient management of brand trust and brand attitudes in chain service companies is necessary.

Trend Analysis of Marine Tourism to Ocean Industry (해양산업에서 해양관광의 트랜드 분석)

  • PARK, Hong-Gyun
    • The Journal of shipping and logistics
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    • v.34 no.3
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    • pp.473-488
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    • 2018
  • Marine industry tourism is a cultural product that generates economic profit an develops the natural and cultural characteristics of the marine space. Marine tourism helps ensure the advancement and safety facilities, and represents a important business model. This industry should consider characteristics to ensure the business model's value is maintained at the maximum level. For this study, trend analysis is needed. It used datalap by an analysis method. According to the results, this study has the highest ranking of marine sports. Men over the age of 20 years participate in marine leisure, water sports, and cruises, while women over 20 participate in marine sports, cruises, marine healing, and marine leisure. The participation of women in marine sports is growing rapidly. Thus, development should first focus on marine sports, food, cruise tourism, and oceanic healing. Market-compatible marine tourism products should be developed. Moreover, the results suggest developing a business model based on supply chain management. The structure of this study is as follows. Chapter1 presents the introduction, while Chapter2 examines the types of marine tourism and trend elements. Chapter3 analyzes marine tourism trends by applying datalap. Finally, Chapter4 summarizes the results and proposes plans of delimitation and research.

Understanding Service Supply Chain Management : Issues and Challenges (서비스 공급망관리의 이해 : 이슈와 과제)

  • Cho, Namhyung;Park, Seong Taek;Rhee, MoonKi Kyle
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.291-301
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    • 2018
  • Supply chain in service sector has been established on the premise that firms need to manage their process uncertainties to satisfy customers in an efficient manner. Information sharing and synchronization play key roles in minimize uncertainties from their involved supply chain. The duality of customers being inputs providers as well as consumers, differentiates service supply chains from manufacturing and is a challenging issue to traditional supply chain management. The service supply chain is a structured network which should be managed with supply chain theory and principles. Various key operations need to be carried out through a highly integrated and collaborated service supply chain and supporting information hub. The purpose of this paper is to present the issues and key components in the service supply chain, where the repetitive service is provided along the value chain, such as tourism, restaurant, mega-sized hospital supply chain.