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A Study on Assessment Indicators for Integrated Management on Korea National Planning and Environmental Planning (국토계획과 환경계획 통합관리 지표 개발 연구)

  • Heo, Han-Kyul;Sung, Hyun-Chan;Lee, Dong-Kun;Heo, Min-Ju;Park, Jin-Han
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Environmental Restoration Technology
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.27-45
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    • 2018
  • Both the national land plan and the environmental plan reflect the need for sustainable land use and management. However, the linkage between the plans is reduced due to the lack of integrated management. Therefore, this study developed indicators to achieve integrated management. A total of 59 environmental plans were reviewed for the development of indicators, and a total of 74 integrated management indicators were derived through a three-stage process. In this process, the relevance of the integrated management indicators of this study to the UN 's sustainable development goals (SDGs) is presented in order to derive indicators that meet the level of international consultation. In order to facilitate the utilization of the indicators, the final indicators are divided into seven areas: natural ecology, water resource and quality, urban and green space, atmospheric, energy, landscape, resource circulation and waste. Furthermore, the indicators were classified into national, regional, and city level. Accordingly, the final indicator can be adapted to the field of influence of the planned to be established, and the indicator can be selected and applied to the level of the plan. The final indicators can be used to examine the extent to which the national plan reflects the contents of the environmental plan and can be used as an aid to confirm the contents to be included in the plan when establishing a new national plan.

The Method of integrated coastal management using biological indicators (생물지표를 이용한 통합연안관리 방법)

  • Park, Min-Seo;Park, Jong-Hwa;Shin, Yong-Hee
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers Conference
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    • pp.319-322
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    • 2003
  • Integrated coastal management (ICM) requires robust indicators that gauge the 'health' of the coast in relation to environmental, social and economic activities. Biological indicators(bio-indicators) offer a signal of the biological condition in an ecosystem. Using bio-indicators as an early warning of pollution or degradation in an ecosystem can help sustain critical resources. This review examines the rationale and value of selecting species as bio-indicators of human induced changes within estuaries, using examples from both the western and southern coast. It include a range of biological parameters relating to particular species, groups of species and biological processes. The use of these indicators is critically reviewed and the presence or absence of a relevant framework for their use in Korean ICM programs is discussed.

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Development of Evaluation Indicators for Integrated Home Care (통합가정방문급여 평가지표 개발)

  • Park, Jong Duk;Jung, Dukyoo
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.26 no.5
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    • pp.543-552
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    • 2014
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop integrated evaluation indicators of home care services in the hope that the increasing group of long-term home care patients could receive quality care services. Methods: The development involves a methodological study on a development phase and a verification phase. The main survey at a verification stage was conducted by the staffs at 146 institutions who agreed to participate on this study. Results: The evaluation index for the integrated home visit care consisted of five categories and 57 indicators including Managing Institution (12), Environment and Safety (3), Right and Responsibility (7), Process of Care (31) and Results of Care (4). The criterion-related validity was verified in regard to the participation in the 2010 evaluation of long-term home-care institutions by the National Health Insurance Corporation. Conclusion: The evaluation index of the integrated home visiting care developed in this study is considered suitable to utilize as evaluating indicators in managing and evaluating the way of how institutions integrate and provide home visit care services as well as home nursing care services.

A Case Study for the Utilization of Food Safety Health Indicators in Korea: Computation of Composite Indices to Verify Important Indicators and Understand Correlations with Socioeconomic Status (우리나라 식품안전보건지표를 활용한 사례연구: 다양한 통합지수 산출을 통한 주요 지표 확인 및 사회경제적 지위와의 상관성 파악)

  • Choi, Giehae;Byun, Garam;Lee, Jong-Tae
    • Journal of Food Hygiene and Safety
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    • v.30 no.3
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    • pp.227-235
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    • 2015
  • Food-Health indicators have been developed and utilized internationally in the 'Food' domain of environment and health indicators. In Korea, however, Food Safety Health Indicators which are in the introductory stage had been developed separately from Environmental Health Indicators. The aim of the current study is to suggest feasible applications of the domestic Food Safety Health Indicators as a case study. We introduced 3 possible applications which are as follows: 1) production of two types of Integrated Food Safety Health Index; 2) conduction of correlation analysis between the Integrated Food Safety Health Index and Food Safety Health Indicators; 3) conduction of regression analysis to evaluate the relationship between the Integrated Food Safety Health Index and socioeconomic status. As a result, we provided the calculated Integrated Food Safety Health Index I and Integrated Food Safety Health Index II, which represents the regional food safety level in relative and absolute terms, respectively. Integrated Food Safety Health Index I was significantly correlated with the outbreaks of food-borne diseases (caused by Campylobacter jejuni, Bacillus cereus, Salmonella spp. and unknown cause) and incidence of E.coli infections. Integrated Food Safety Health Index II significantly decreased as the proportion of foreigners and women increased, and increased as the population density increased. Utilization of such Integrated Food Safety Health Indicators may be helpful in understanding the overall domestic food safety level and identifying the indicators which must be considered with priorities to enhance the food safety levels regionally and domestically. Furthermore, analyzing the association between Integrated Food Safety Health Index and factors other than food safety could be useful in conducting risk management and identifying susceptible populations. Food Safety Health Indicators can be useful in other applications, and may serve as a supporting material in establishing or modifying policy plans to enhance food safety. Therefore, keen interests by researchers accompanied by further studies on food safety health indicators are needed.

A Delphi Approach to the Development of an Integrated Performance Measurement and Management Model for a Car Assembler

  • Shawyun, Teay
    • Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
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    • v.7 no.3
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    • pp.214-227
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    • 2008
  • Today's dynamic competitiveness requires an organization to improve its performance measurement and management. Quality Management Systems (QMS) abound, the main ones being: ISO series, Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award (MBNQA), European Forum for Quality Management (EFQM), Six Sigma Business Scorecard and the Balanced Scorecard. Based on the literature, the IPMMM (Integrated Performance Measurement and Management Model) identified 7 key synthesized factors: leadership, strategy management and policy, customer and market, learning and growth, partnership and resources, internal processes and business results that are employed to investigate the key performance indicators of a car assembler using the Delphi methodology. In the 2 rounds of Delphi panels consisting of 20 senior management personnel, the $1^{st}$ round of 198 indicators in the IPMMM yielded 90 indicators. The $2^{nd}$ round yielded 43 performance indicators with 18 rated as critical based on the % assigned in the $1^{st}$ and $2^{nd}$ priority rating of "very important factor" and "key performance indicator" that must be ranked high on both of the priorities. The very critical indicators appeared to be: defect percentage and first time capability (tie in $1^{st}$ place) and revenue, goal setting, customer satisfaction index, on-time delivery, brand image, return on investment, Claim Occurrence Ratio, and debt being ranked from $3^{rd}$ to $10^{th}$. It can be surmised that an organization can identify and develop an appropriate set of performance indicators through the Delphi methodology and implement and manage them based on the Balanced Scorecard.

A Study on the Project Evaluation Indicators for the Efficient Integrated Rural Development in Block Grants System (포괄보조금제도하에서 효율적인 농어촌지역개발을 위한 사업평가지표 연구)

  • Lee, Joo-Yong;Kim, Sun-Joo
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers
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    • v.53 no.1
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    • pp.57-62
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    • 2011
  • Block Grants System to the agriculture sector has been started from 2010. This paper has been studied for the effective Integrated Rural Development under Block Grants System. For this, project evaluation items and indicators (PEI) were studied by internal and external example and specialist questionnaire on project evaluation. As the result of study, necessity of project, faith of project, efficiency of project, utilization of resources and operating capability were established in planning step, and most important PEI was established the necessity of project. And in enforcement step, performance result, monitering, capability, achievement and maintenance were established, and most important PEI was established performance results. Finally, monitering, capability, achievement and maintenance were established in completion step.

Sustainability Indicators for the Han River Estuarine Area of Kyeong-gi Bay in Korea (경기만 한강하구역의 지속가능발전지표 개발과 적용)

  • KANG, Dae-Seok;NAM, Jung-Ho;CHUNG, Yong-Hyun
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.155-169
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    • 2005
  • The Pressure-State-Response (PSR) framework was used to develop sustainability indicators for the Han River estuarine area. A total of 37 indicators in three categories were derived after reviewing previous studies. Some of these indicators were selected to assess the sustainability of the Han River estuary and its watershed. Some indicators provided contrasting information for judging the sustainability of the area. Even though very limited information was available for the meaningful assessment of the sustainability of the Han River estuarine area, there seems to be an appropriate base for the sustainable development of the area. Securing of reliable information seems to be the key for the indicators to produce meaningful assessment of the implementation of the sustainable development strategy for the Han River Estuary and its watershed. Integrated indices to synthesize the information provided by the sectoral indicators need to be developed to overcome the limitations of the sectoral indicators.

A Study on Development of Performance Indicators for Korean Public Libraries (공공도서관의 성과지표 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Gyu-Hwan;Nam, Young-Joon
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.42 no.4
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    • pp.113-139
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    • 2008
  • Under rapidly changing circumstances, public libraries are required to evaluate the performance with an integrated point of view to cope with a variety of changes. In other words, it is necessary to develop integrated library performance appraisal indicators which are both quantitative and qualitative. Recently, ISO and IFLA attempt to adopt an integrated performance evaluation system based on the Balanced Scorecard(BSC). Therefore, this study defines four aspects of the library appraisal including input, process, output and outcome, and suggests a new library appraisal system and indicators of each appraisal aspect. In the concrete, appraisal aspects were derived from ISO appraisal system, and an appraisal system and indicators were presented based on the comparison and analysis of the ones respectively used inside and outside of Korea. Finally, this study proposes the method of suitability evaluation of those performance indicators by librarians and professors in Korea.

A Study of Quantitative Evaluation Indicators on Residential Units in Multiple Stock Housing based on Space Composition Types (공동주택 단위주호의 공간구성유형에 따른 정량적 평가지표에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Byeongho;Lee, Geonwon;Yeo, Youngho
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.10 no.5
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    • pp.43-55
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    • 2010
  • This research investigated 162 residential unit plans which were located in Seoul and Gyonggi Province ranging from 58 to $118m^2$ unit net area recently. Through the investigation of unit plans, a matrix was developed based on the 5 criteria for space composition types. 5 criteria are building stock types, W/D ratio of units, unit net area, number of bay to the main orientation, and openness types. After review the matrix, 10 typical unit types were selected. At the same time, quantitative evaluation indicators were developed based on the 4 criteria such as efficiency, openness, flexibility, environmental sustainability. On each criterion, 3 indicators were developed, and measured on 162 residential unit plans. Firstly, correlation analysis were pursued on 5 criteria for space composition types and 12 quantitative evaluation indicators, and reviewed on each other. Finally, quantitative evaluation indicators of 10 typical unit types were displayed on radar charts in order to show the integrated evaluation on 4 criteria such as efficiency, openness, flexibility, environmental sustainability. From the reviews and radar chart analyses, advantages, disadvantages, and improvements on each typical unit type were presented as research results.

Development of Integrated Water Resources Evaluation Index (통합수자원평가지수의 개발)

  • Lee, Dong-Ryul;Choi, Si Jung;Moon, Jang Won
    • Journal of Korea Water Resources Association
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    • v.46 no.10
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    • pp.1017-1028
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this research is to develop an Integrated Water Resources Evaluation Index (IWREI) which can used to assess the performance of water resources projects in a regional perspective focusing on three major sectors including water use, flood, and river environment in water resources policies. The IWREI is estimated by integrating the Water Use Vulnerability Index (WUVI), the Flood Vulnerability Index (FVI), and the River Environment Vulnerability Index (REVI) which represent the vulnerability in each sector. These indices consist of total 26 indicators selected from the pressure indicators representing the causes of damages in water use, flood, and river environment, the state indicators and the response indicators. The estimated index describes the vulnerability and effectiveness of policies with five levels: Low, Medium Low, Medium, Medium High, and High. The results of evaluating total 115 hydrological units in Korea using the WUVI, FVI, REVI, and IWREI indicate that the project effectiveness in water resources policies is clearly verified by the improved index results compared to the past (early 1990s). Regional vulnerability and evaluation indices developed in this research could be used to establish goals of water resources policy and to select priority regions for project implementation.