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A Studies on the Effect of the Mediating Variable Affecting the Business Performance in the TPM Activity
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A Studies on the Effect of the Mediating Variable Affecting the Business Performance in the TPM Activity
Yeon, Keyong-Hwa;
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 Abstract
This study is to constructs the model by the relationship between the most important ones of TPM`s step activities which are derived from the result of AHP analysis and the management performance. And it is to analyze whether step activities have impact on corporate performance through the mediating variable from a convergence point. Also it is to choose four step activities - irrational field and loss improvement, preparation and system establishment for the basic conditions of 5S, initial cleaning, loss analysis of facility efficiency - as independent variables, and to analyze the effect of TPM activity level as mediating variable on management performance as dependent variable. According to the analysis, four step activities don`t have direct effect on corporate performance but TPM activity level as mediating variable has a full-mediated effect on corporate performance. That is, TPM activity level has been shown to play a role as mediating variable. Therefore, higher recognition of confidence in facility, awareness of self-development and definitive management of individual work shows TPM activity can contribute to corporate performance successfully.
 Keywords
TPM;planned maintenance;autonomous maintenance;individual improvement;individual improvement;Convergence;
 Language
Korean
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