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An Analysis on The Structural Change of The Knowledge Service Industry (지식서비스산업의 구조변화 분석)

  • Kim, Pang-Ryong
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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    • v.38B no.10
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    • pp.808-816
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    • 2013
  • In recent years, the knowledge service industry is getting much attention in terms of the role as new growth driver and employment creation sector whereas the overall potential growth rate in Korea has been slowed due to reduced investment and employment in manufacturing sector. This study examines how the knowledge service industry contributes to economic development and employment creation by analyzing the structure transition pattern of the knowledge service industry from 1995 to 2010 and suggests, based on these results, some policy implications for the industry's development. It turns out that the knowledge service industry greatly contributes to total production increase and employment creation during the period of 1995 to 2010. Special strategy for increase in labor productivity will be required for the knowledge service industry to contribute consistently as growth driver and employment creation sector since production increase rate and growth contribution level have been gradually decreased while employment growth rate and its contribution level have been consistently increased in the knowledge service industry.

The Effect of Competitive Aggressiveness on Business Performance: A Case Study of Private Universities in Indonesia

  • PANJAITAN, Hotman;CEMPENA, Ida Bagus;TRIHASTUTI, Adiati;PANJAITAN, Feliks Anggia B.K.
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.875-884
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    • 2021
  • Competitive aggressiveness has long been believed to be the direct trigger for increased business performance, however, as a mediating variable it still needs to be further proven. This paper aims to examine the causal relationship between network capability, knowledge creation, innovativeness, competitive aggressiveness, and business performance of private universities. One model is proposed to test the role of competitive aggressiveness as a mediating variable. The population is lecturers at the 10 best private universities in East Java, Indonesia. Analysis by SEM, on 230 respondents, using random sampling method. The results show that the model is accepted, and competitive aggressiveness is proven to be a positive mediating variable in the relationship of network capability, knowledge creation, innovativeness, and business performance. The results also show that knowledge creation, and innovativeness, have an effect on competitive aggressiveness, while network capability has no effect. The research implication is that management should encourage lecturers and organizations to be more productive in conducting research and writing articles published in reputable journals, this will increase the ranking of universities. In order for the lecturers be more enthusiastic, the management gave an award to each lecturer who could submit their articles, which were then published by reputable journals.

A Study on Knowledge Sharing in Distributed Environment

  • Lee, Hong-Girl;Lee, Cheol-Yeong
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.27 no.6
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    • pp.683-691
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    • 2003
  • This exploratory study aims to investigate issues that, according to the Nonaka's theoretical model, are believed to hold significant ramifications on the effectiveness of creating and sharing organizational knowledge among distributed workers. These include changes in accessibility of knowledge with different levels of implicity, and the choice of communication media as a knowledge management channel. Related data were gathered from distributed-workers in Japan through interviews and a survey questionnaire. Data analysis revealed changes in the dynamics of internal and external interactivity, in the accessibility of necessary knowledge, and in the reliance on electronic media for knowledge exchange. The findings' implications are discussed from the perspective of knowledge creation ana sharing, and further suggestions have been made for the direction of future research efforts.

Strategic Important and Excellent Factors for Global Firms' Center of Excellence (글로벌기업 초우량센터의 전략적 중요요인과 초우량요인에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Min-Sook;Bang, Ho-Yeol
    • International Commerce and Information Review
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.221-249
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    • 2014
  • This study analyzed the sufficient conditions for Korean firm's foreign subsidiaries in order to evolve into a center of excellence for knowledge creation and diffusion. In this respect, the purpose of this study is to develop a new framework based on literatures related to subsidiary knowledge creation and a center of excellence. Specifically, we created seven decisive factors for subsidiary knowledge creation: two general factors, two strategic important factors, and three excellent factors. Each factor can be a necessary condition or sufficient condition according to research purpose. For example, the decentralized organizational structure belonging to general factors become a sufficient factor for facilitating subsidiary's knowledge creation but it become a necessary condition for a center of excellence because all subsidiaries with decentralized organizational structure cannot be strategically important subsidiaries. By using seven decisive factors, this study examines the determinants' validity theoretically and practically.

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An Exploratory Study on the Management Framework of Social Media as Knowledge Creation Platform (지식 창조 플랫폼으로서의 소셜미디어 관리모델 설계를 위한 탐색 연구)

  • Kim, Sang Wook
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.17 no.7
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    • pp.149-158
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    • 2012
  • Much attention is being paid to social media because of their potentials to draw collective intelligence. In this context does this study attempt to draw some implications of social media as knowledge creation platform and suggest a conceptual framework of social media management. Information sharing among the public through social media literally produces profound influence throughout the society and thus not only business firms but all levels of public institutions, including government are seeking to take its advantage for various purposes such as public relations, crowd sourcing, etc. Especially considering that social media open the possibility of social knowledge creation platform in the Big Data era, this study is perhaps able to contribute to further development of social media management model together with a series of measuring indexes.

A Study on the Classification of Knowledge Worker Style for Knowledge Management (지식경영을 위한 지식근로자 유형 분류에 관한 연구)

  • Woo, Sung-jin;Lee, Jong Hun
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.65-81
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    • 2001
  • The aim of this study is classify knowledge work style management for knowledge management. It is based on the knowledge creation model of Nonaka by subdividing types of knowledge workers. It was designed to create a model for application to the actual environment of management. Nonaka suggested the process of socialization, externalization, combination, internalization that the knowledge of a person creates new knowledge through the interaction of implicit knowledge and explicit knowledge. This research demonstrated that knowledge worker of 16 forms by applying SECI model to the main function and the subordinate functions again. This study aims at achieving a higher outcome by applying the ability of existing knowledge worker to subdivided expert field efficiently. Suggested styles of knowledge worker in this research are classified into craftsman style, pragmatic style, combination style, developed style knowledge worker who creates knowledge by selecting socialization as the function and again by selecting externalization combination, internalization as subordinate functions. And they were classified into creation style, insight style, strategy style according to practical application worker and function which is selecting externalization as the main function and socialization as the subordinate functions. They were classified into future style, innovation style, analysis style, judgement style knowledge worker who are selecting combination as the main function and experiment style, intuition style, research style, learning style worker who are selecting internalization as the main function. They suggested the characteristics and cases of each type.

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A Conceptual Framework for Value Co-creation in an Innovation Ecosystem: The Case of Technology-based Collaboration Network

  • Han, Eunjung;Hong, Soon-Goo
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.29-43
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    • 2017
  • Innovation Cosystems are Conceptualized as Organizational Networks of Economic Actors, Technologies and Social Contexts that Interact for Knowledge Production, use, and Adaptation. This Paper Proposed a Conceptual Framework to Describe Value Co-creation of Organizational Networks Engaged in Technology Innovation. We Adopted Theory-Based Approach by Integrating the Perspective of Service-Dominant (S-D) Logic Into the Evolutionary Model of the Triple Helix. The Framework Gives a Plausible Explanation on how Actors Collaborate to Create Value in Dynamic Contexts of an Innovation Ecosystem. The Innovation Ecosystem can be Considered as a Composite of Sub-Ecosystems, Including Knowledge, Sectoral, and Business Ecosystems. When these Sub-Ecosystems are Recursively Transformed by Coordination of Functional Mechanisms that Serve Value Co-creation in the Innovation Process, the Innovation Ecosystem will be Re-Organized and Evolve. The case of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) was Examined to Demonstrate the Fundamental Mechanisms for Value Co-creation that was Described in the Framework. The case Study Indicates Features of Value Co-creation when Implementing Innovation in Organizational Networks.

KODIT's Social Value Creation for Inclusive Growth: Focusing on the Supporting Program for Social Enterprise and Job Creation (포용적 성장을 위한 신용보증기금의 사회적 가치 창출 : 사회적 경제 기업 및 일자리 창출 지원 사업을 중심으로)

  • An, Kyung Min;Kwon, Sang Jib
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.21-40
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    • 2020
  • Korea Credit Guarantee Fund(KODIT) is a public financial institution under the provision of the Korea Credit Guarantee Fund Act. Facing the waves of change both locally and globally, KODIT will serve as 'social value creator' in making a paradigm shift from a large corporation(Conglomerate-dominated) economy to a social enterprise-oriented one based on social economy. This study focuses on the supporting service programs for social enterprises and job creation how it affects the performance of social value creation of KODIT. There is currently no detailed research of the social value in terms of the business and management academic agenda. Therefore, the present study describes the importance of social value creation on the policy financial institution. This study conducted in-depth case study for social value performance. As a public policy financial institution, KODIT exert diverse efforts to correct market failure and achieve inclusive growth. For example, KODIT extends credit guarantee services for the liabilities of promising corporations and stimulates financial and non-financial supporting programs for social enterprises. Although the role of social value and social economy has gained business field attention, few investigations have been conducted to explain how social value is achieved. The present study can thus act as the foundation for exploring the social value creation in the circumstances of public financial institution.

Human or System Strategy for Managing Knowledge\ulcorner: From a Knowledge Creating Process Perspective

  • Park, Byounggu;Lee, Heeseok
    • Proceedings of the Korean Operations and Management Science Society Conference
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    • pp.55-58
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    • 2001
  • It is more important than ever for companies to distinguish themselves through knowledge management strategies. Without a constant creation of knowledge, a business is condemned to poor performance. However, it is still unclear how these strategies affect knowledge creation. Knowledge management strategies can be categorized as being either human or system oriented. This paper proposes a model to illustrate the link between the strategies and its creating process. It is found that human strategy is more likely to be effective for socialization while system strategy is more likely to be effective for combination. Furthermore, the result suggests that managers should adjust knowledge management strategies in view of the characteristics of their departments.

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