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Derivation of Creative SW HRD Policy Using Analytic Hierarchy Process (계층분석을 활용한 창의적 SW인재양성 정책방향 도출)

  • Lee, Jung Mann;Rim, Myung Hwan
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.10
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    • pp.95-102
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    • 2013
  • The paradigm of SW industry has been rapidly changing into mobile and cloud technology environment. Research model based on PEST-SWOT analysis was employed to derive internal and external factors connected with PEST factors through analyzing the current status and problems of SW HRD system in Korea. Survey was conducted by 20 experts who are involved in SW companies, university, and R&D research institute using AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process) model. The empirical result showed that SW fusion HRD, creativity-oriented university education in the field of software, global education and exchange, and revitalization of SW venture ecosystem are derived as policy visions of SW HRD for smart industry ecosystem. Another findings are that SW fusion HRD, revitalization of SW venture ecosystem, Job Creation through revitalization of SW start-up, Creation of coexistence between SW large enterprises and SMEs, creativity-oriented university education in the field of software, and global education and exchange are presented in order in terms of the importance of policy priority.

Development on Education Course for Entrepreneurship;in University and Graduate School (Case of Babson College) (대학의 창업교육 교과과정 개발에 관한 연구;Babson College 사례)

  • Cho, Kwon-Rae;Hong, Hyo-Seog;Yoon, Byung-Seop
    • 한국벤처창업학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.279-311
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    • 2007
  • The entrepreneurship education for promoting the entrepreneurship is(has been) rapidly proceeded in recent year. In spite of increasing importance of entrepreneurs for successful new venture creation, structured educational programs for entrepreneur development are very limited in Korea. This paper is to develop the new entrepreneurship education in universities and graduate schools. For this entrepreneurship education program development, the survey is designed to Babson College which is voted "The Entrepreneurship Education's Best College" by US News & World report thirteen years in a row. Program development model of entrepreneurship education indicates an entrepreneurship education model, a subject model and a curriculum model through the analysis of a syllabus, the interviews with students, a fieldwork. Based on these literature review was organized research papers, documentary records, small and medium business administration research data. And program designing and implementing stage was composed of analyzing each subject of plan and education training, interviewing with Babson College's students. And observing the field. In addition, the tool of analyzing was collected a course in entrepreneurship education, related matters, a learned society, a research institute at Babson College and some books on pedagogics.

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Development on Education Course for Entrepreneurship;in University and Graduate School(Case of Babson College) (대학의 창업교육 교과과정 개발에 관한 연구;Babson College 사례)

  • Cho, Kwon-Rae;Hong, Hyo-Seog;Yoon, Byung-Seop
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.1 no.2
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    • pp.67-100
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    • 2006
  • The entrepreneurship education for promoting the entrepreneurship is(has been) rapidly proceeded in recent year. In spite of increasing importance of entrepreneurs for successful new venture creation, structured educational programs for entrepreneur development are very limited in Korea. This paper is to develop the new entrepreneurship education in universities and graduate schools. For this entrepreneurship education program development, the survey is designed to Babson College which is voted "The Entrepreneurship Education's Best College" by US News & World report thirteen years in a row. Program development model of entrepreneurship education indicates an entrepreneurship education model, a subject model and a curriculum model through the analysis of a syllabus, the interviews with students, a fieldwork. Based on these literature review was organized research papers, documentary records, small and medium business administration research data. And program designing and implementing stage was composed of analyzing each subject of plan and education training, interviewing with Babson College's students. And observing the field. In addition, the tool of analyzing was collected a course in entrepreneurship education, related matters, a learned society, a research institute at Babson College and some books on pedagogics.

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Top Management's Human and Social Capital Effect on Governmental R&D Support System Utilization and Success (최고경영진의 인적 및 사회적 자본이 정부의 R&D 지원제도 활용과 초기 성과에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Je-Keum;Hwang, Hee-Joong;Song, In-Am
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.13 no.6
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    • pp.71-78
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    • 2015
  • Purpose - This study attempts to analyze whether or not there are characteristics among the top management of companies that promote corporate performance at venture companies. It investigates the characteristics of the human and social capital that are inherent in top management at a venture company and conducts an empirical analysis of hypotheses examining if these characteristics will affect utilization of the governmental R&D support system as well as affect the firm's initial success. Research design, data, and methodology - This study conducted theoretical and empirical research together to accomplish the goal of the study. The pilot study researched human capital and social capital as the independent variables; the governmental R&D support system as the parameter; and, the initial success as the dependent variable. The empirical study carried out research on the model, establishment of hypotheses, and the statistical treatment. A survey was conducted targeting top management of high-tech venture companies in Daedeok Innopolis; 500 questionnaires were distributed; and, 222 were collected. Results - The human and social capital inherent in top management at venture companies in the early stages of their existence become good evaluation data for those who are invested in similar resources. If top management includes strong human and social capital, access to external resources will be easier; these will have a positive influence on the selection of overnmental support systems; and, this proper support will also have a positive influence on the initial success of the venture company. The results revealed the following. First, it was found that when the educational level and functional background, (the top management human capital), are the output function, top management human capital had a significant influence on selection of governmental R&D support funds. Second, it was found that the internal social capital and external social capital, (the top management social capital), had a significant influence on selection of governmental R&D support tasks. Third, it was found that selection of the governmental R&D support tasks at the start of the venture company had a positive influence on the corporate financial performance such as sales, business profits, and the increase in workers; and, had a significant influence on nonfinancial performance such as market share, competitive position, product competitiveness, and the future product development. Conclusions - Selection of the governmental R&D support system is not recognized as part of the direct sales of a venture company in its early stages, but as it can reduce costs for technical development and helps significantly in creating test products and mass production, it has a positive influence on the company's financial performance and nonfinancial performance as a result. Therefore, companies should take great efforts to frequently be selected as a candidate in the governmental R&D support system, as it can help facilitate R&D that requires extensive funds. As a result, companies can expect effects such as job creation and patent applications and they can advance future product sales.

A Study on Daejeon Metropolitan City Job Creation Strategy by ICT-based Industry - Factors for creating jobs in overseas clusters by organizational ecology approach - (대전시 ICT산업 일자리 창출 전략에 관한 연구 - 해외클러스터 일자리 창출 요인의 조직생태학적 접근 -)

  • Hong, Eun-Young;Yang, Seung-Ho;Sung, Eul-Hyun
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.53-82
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    • 2020
  • Daejeon Metropolitan City has the best innovation capability infrastructure (ICT) required for the 4th industry. Nevertheless, there are scattered factors that hinder the industrial ecosystem. In this study, the factor of job creation was approached from the viewpoint of organizational ecology in consideration of regional characteristics during the 4th Industrial Revolution.That is, the case of job creation through overseas ICT-based clusters (or cities) was examined. Then, the factors of organizational ecology, 'niche', 'variation', 'selection', and 'retention' were derived. Through this process, we explored the environment surrounding Daejeon Metropolitan City and benchmarked lessons from existing overseas cluster cases. As a result, we discover the 'niche' of ICT-based job creation and suggest strategies for the 'variation' process to survive in the ecosystem and how to be 'retention' in the ecosystem. n conclusion, the strategy of the organizational ecological approach to establish itself as a metropolitan city as the strength of Daejeon city and the 'innovation hub' that is evident, such as '4th Industrial Revolution City', 'Innovation City Designation', and 'Secure Excellent Capability of SW' Insist on need. Through this study, we hope that there will be a theoretical contribution to the prior research lacking from original research such as the scarcity of ICT-based job creation research in response to the era of the fourth industrial revolution, recognition of the importance of the region in job creation, and presentation of an organizational ecological approach of sustainable clusters.

Financing of Innovation - A Survey of Various Institutional Mechanisms in Malaysia and Singapore

  • Mani, Sunil
    • Journal of Technology Innovation
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.185-208
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    • 2004
  • Production of goods and services always necessarily depends on the use of knowledge. The knowledge intensity of production , however, has increased manifold in the last two decades or so. This is clearly indicated by the rise in the share of knowledge intensive products, which are traded. The production and export of these advanced products are not confined to developed countries alone, but also among developing countries. But in the latter there is considerable concentration of it in a handful of countries primarily in the Asian region. Knowledge underlying production, whether industrial or non-industrial, embodies two types of knowledge: formal and non-formal. In this paper we are entirely concerned with the financing of the creation of formalized knowledge in the context of two similar Asian developing countries, namely Singapore and Malaysia. Three broad types of financial instruments are considered: research grants, tax incentives and venture capital. Both the countries are shown to be having very similar financial instruments for promoting innovation. The timing of these instruments is quite similar too. But one country has performed much better than the other. The main argument of the paper is that while financial instruments are a necessary input for innovation, the sufficient condition lies in the supply of a sufficient quantity of scientists and engineers.

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An Exploratory Study on the Effect of Start-up Orientation in Business Performance

  • ROH, Seung-Ju;YOUN, Myoung-Kil
    • The Journal of Economics, Marketing and Management
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    • v.7 no.3
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    • pp.13-28
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    • 2019
  • Purpose - The purpose of this study is to analyze the start-up factors in start-up tourism companies and to analyze how these factors influence business performance. This study will be conducted for the further exploratory study with in-depth research with literature reviews, interviews and surveys. Research design, data, and Methodology - The activation of entrepreneurship is very important factor as for not only the development of entrepreneurship which is the characteristic of the innovative and risks-taking for the success of the enterprise, but also the sustainable growth and creation of performance of the entrepreneur. In other words, if it is the entrepreneurial spirit affects entrepreneurship, it is entrepreneurial orientation that continuously affects entrepreneurs. In order to achieve the above purposes, this study conducted literature research and empirical studies. Result & Conclusions - The sub-factors for independent entrepreneurial variables' orientation are classified as creativity, technological, enterprising, and innovation, and subordinate variables were set of management performance. The sub-factors of the control variable government support policy are classified as financial support, consulting support, and marketing support. For the purpose of empirical analysis, this paper collects data on companies selected for tourism venture business competition and CEOs of SMEs tourism for less than 7 years.

Using Dark Tourism Study on Culture and Tourism of industrialization - Focusing on Honam righteous army - (다크 투어리즘을 활용한 문화관광 산업화 방안에 관한 연구 - 한말 호남 의병사(義兵史)를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Hyun-Cheol;Yoo, Jun-Ho;Ha, Kyu-Soo
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.59-81
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    • 2011
  • The 21st century, the creation and utilization of knowledge and information are the core of all economic activity, knowledge-based economy is plunging into. Culture can not live without knowing the age of culture and national spirit of a nation's cultural assets. Closed for other cultures, countries can develop a culture that is neither marked by imitation and import of cultural industries can never be developed. Creative and diverse culture of its own cultural code, evenly balanced mix of social culture is really the cultural and creative culture. Central government and local government-led growth in the local economy in terms of competitive cultural industry development policy has been carried out. In general, a country or society, culture, industry, the creation of a unique cultural and Planning on the basis of information deliquescent recreated a typical high-risk high returns to pay the venture industry and the nature of the creative industries and the venture industry a unique mix of industrial Characteristic is that it has. These times and the industry can contribute to the flow of valuable cultural assets and a history of our righteous living and exercise will be a source of resources.

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A Study on the Effects of Adoption and Application of Platform Strategy for Social Ventures in Early Stage of Start-up: A Case Study of JUMP! (소셜벤처 창업초기에 플랫폼 전략의 도입과 영향에 관한 연구: 점프!의 사례를 중심으로)

  • Park, Jaehong;Hwang, Kumju
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.133-144
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    • 2017
  • For a social venture in early stage, it is very difficult to set up a strategy as it has to pursue two contradictory goals; economic value and social value. The platform strategy can be good alternative solution for social ventures as it seeks building-up connections with other businesses to co-create value despite of limited resources. A Korean social venture, JUMP! which adopted platform strategy in the early stage, and successfully applied 4 key factors of platform strategy; core competency, value creation ability, efficiency and network effect, has been able to develop sustainable growth for itself and induce innovation and growth among the participants within the platform. This study was intended to research effect of adoption and successful application of platform strategy for social ventures in the early stage of start-up and draw conclusion through case study that platform strategy works for sustainable growth of social ventures.

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The Effects of Entrepreneurs' Failure Experience and Re-education on Subsequent Venture: Moderating Effect of Entrepreneurial Motivation (기업가의 창업 실패 경험과 재교육이 재창업에 미치는 영향: 창업 동기의 조절효과를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Nami;Lee, Jongseon;Kim, Dongsoo
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.33-45
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    • 2020
  • While venture creation is considered to be of high social and economic importance, entrepreneurial outcomes are inherently uncertain and that failure is thus a central feature of entrepreneurship. Although failure in entrepreneurship is pervasive and critical, the impact of prior failure on future entrepreneurship has not received significant attention in the literature. Although failure is a painful and costly experience for entrepreneurs, it can also provide a powerful learning opportunity for those experiencing it. It has been argued that entrepreneurial failure is not just a individual problem but a matter of social concern. As part of the restarting business support system, entrepreneurial re-education program is provided to support failed entrepreneurs. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of failed entrepreneurs' prior entrepreneurial experience and re-education on subsequent venture creation. Moreover, this study also examined the moderating effects of entrepreneurial motivation. For the analyses, we surveyed the entrepreneurs who tried to re-start the subsequent business after the entrepreneurial failure through the "Revitalization Center for Strained Entrepreneur". The result found that failed entrepreneurs who learned a lot from their previous founding experience were more likely to re-start their subsequent business. The failed entrepreneurs who learned a lot from entrepreneurial re-education program were more likely to re-start their subsequent business. Moreover, the positive effect of failed entrepreneurs' previous founding experience and entrepreneurial re-education program on re-starting subsequent business was found to be weaker when entrepreneurial extrinsic motivation was high.

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