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Volume 24, Issue 4 - Dec 2015
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The impact of co-creation implementation on the performance of small and medium manufacturers: an empirical study
Kim, Dong Wan ; Lee, Sang M. ; Hong, Soon Goo ; Kim, Jong-Weon ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 1~19
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.1
Purpose Co-creation is a form of collaboration to create joint values with participation of diverse interested parties. It has been introduced by large companies at an early stage and due to changes in management environment, the scope of its concept has been expanding to the SMM(Small and Medium Manufactures). The objective of this study is to examine the impact of Co-creation on SMM's non-financial and financial performance. Design/methodology/approach Based on literature review, the research model was developed. To test this research model, we collected 188 questionnaires with SMM which utilized Co-creation and supplied parts to the companies. The t-test and ANOVA were employed for the analysis of data Findings The research result showed that the difference in business performance between the groups with much use of Co-creation and those with little use of Co-creation, there was significant difference in both non-financial and financial performance. In addition, non-financial and financial performance were different among four implementation behavior of Co-creation including Common value, Information share, Risk benefit, and Mutual benefit.
Effects of Network Externality on Perceived Value and Adoption of High-tech Products : Focusing on Convergence Products
Park, Kyung Ja ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 21~42
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.21
Purpose The high-technology market shows characteristics of a highly interdependent network market in both supply-side and demand-side, compared to other markets. Particularly, for convergence products, connectivity with related elements, as well as characteristics of innovation itself, is relatively important to the extent that they combine functions provided by several devices into a single device. Therefore, this study aims to identify whether network externality exists in value and adoption of a convergence product and discover a source of network externality, if any. Design/methodology/approach: Through a preceding research analysis and a literature review, 'social influence' and 'network size' have been drawn as direct network elements. On the other hand, general (comprehensive) concept compatibilities including 'intra-technology compatibility', 'inter-technology compatibility' and 'complementary-technology compatibility' are regarded as indirect network elements. Findings: Major findings are as followed;- First, it is shown that the factors influencing on perceived value of a convergence products are 'social influence' and 'network size' as the direct network elements and 'complementary-compatibility' among indirect network elements. Second, it is also found that 'intra-technology compatibility', 'inter-technology compatibility', 'complementary-compatibility' and 'perceived value' have significant effects on adoption of a convergence product. Particularly, it is known that 'complementary-compatibility' is an important source of network externality as it plays a decisive role in value judgment and has significant effects on perceived value. It is worthwhile to notice that this study comprehensively explains effects of network on high-tech products by structuring comparability as a multi-dimensional concept, as well as direct network elements.
An Author Co-citation Analysis of the Researches on the Supply Chain Management
Kim, Mi-Ae ; Suh, Chang-Kyo ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 43~60
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.43
Purpose This study intended to introduce new approaches to identify the intellectual structure of supply chain management(SCM) researches, which combines author co-citation analysis(ACA) and social network analysis(SNA). Design/methodology/approach We searched RISS(www.riss.kr) and NDSL(www.ndsl.or.kr) database and collected 292 academic papers on supply chain management between 2001 and 2011. Among 9,637 references of these papers, we analyzed 1,848 references that were published by domestic authors. We produced a correlation matrix of 32 author co-citation matrix and conducted multi-variate statistical analysis such as factor analysis. We also performed social network analysis to identify the main researchers in SCM. Findings We found four main sub-areas of supply chain management research: SCM adoption factors, logistics, SCM performance, and SCM structure. We could present the authors who played important roles within the network by using SNA indicators. The finding of this research also suggests more collaborations among domestic researchers are required to overcome the low co-citation rates among domestic authors.
A Study on Development Strategy of Industrial Complex using SWOT/AHP Analysis Theory - The Case of the Firms in Seoul Digital Industrial Complex
Kim, Bo Seok ; Lee, Min Jung ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 61~81
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.61
Purpose Seoul Digital Industrial Complex has remarkably grown both quantitatively and qualitatively in short period of time since it started restructuring project in 1997. It's also not few that there were various challenges and difficulties in this industrial complex due to fast growth in short-term, such as the deficient amenities, noncooperation among the related organizations. Now, it's time to overcome these challenges and difficulties to establish new strategy for the sustainable growth and development of this Industrial Complex. Methodology There are some previous researches but almost none of them considered the priority order of the development strategy having reflected the needs of industrial complex in point of customer. In this regard, this study suggests the development strategy of Seoul Digital Industrial Complex by supplementing the limits of proceeding researches and using the combined SWOT/AHP analysis theory. Findings Based on the final analysis result of survey by combined SWOT/AHP method, this study suggests the priority order of 4 development strategies for Seoul Digital Industrial Complex, such as SO strategy, ST strategy, WO strategy and WT strategy.
The Factors Influencing Information Technology Non-Acceptance: Approach by Grounded Theory
Lee, Woong-Kyu ; Park, Jin-Hoon ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 83~97
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.83
Purpose: Traditionally, information technology acceptance have been considered one of the most important research issues. However non-acceptance, which was main objective of acceptance theories, have not been included in main research area by communities of information systems. This study is to identify the factors influencing non-acceptance of information technology and suggest a total research model for explaining the phenomena of non-acceptance. Design/methodology/approach: Grounded theory was adopted as a principal research method. which is an inductive technique of interpreting qualitative data about a social phenomenon to build theories about that phenomenon. Data were collected by depth interview and open question on potential non-adopters during 3 months. The collected data were coded by two main coding paradigm in ground theory, open coding and axis coding. Findings: Factors influencing non-acceptance, status quo, imitation, value evaluation, and concerning risk were extracted from open coding. These factors were integrated into system 1 thinking and system 2 thinking, which were from axis coding. More specifically, status quo and imitation are system 1 thinking which are more responsive and emotional thinking and value evaluation and concerning risk are system 2 thinking which are more rational and reasoning thinking.
Enhancing Multidimensional Customer Engagement on Social Media Marketing: Based on the posting contents and display types in Facebook Fan Pages
Kang, Bong Su ; Lee, Kyu Hyun ; Kim, Hee-Woong ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 99~116
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.99
Purpose One of the main characteristics of Social Network Service(SNS) is that users in an open space makes posts through voluntary participation and sharing among them. This makes SNS a very attractive channel to companies that need to send their messages to consumers. As a matter of fact, there are many companies doing marketing activities through a platform of Fan Page as a space for corporations and consumers to act together. This study defines the values and types of companies' advertising posts on Facebook, empirically analyzes the results of them, and investigates factors that could enhance the customer engagement. Design/methodology/approach A research model was built to demonstrate which values and types of posts were combined by corporations' posts on Facebook and create their messages and which of those combinations would lead to high results of customer engagement. Findings The results show differences in the values of posts between the group of high customer engagement and the other group on Facebook. This study makes its contribution by conducting elaborate analysis of posts on Facebook and thus proposing marketing strategies that companies, which had difficulties with systematic marketing activities due to cost limitations, could use on Facebook.
A Study on Design and Operation of MIS Oriented Curriculum
Oh, Chang Gyu ; Lee, Hong Girl ; Kim, Seong Hoo ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 117~138
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.117
Purpose To meet changing social demands and fulfill the needs of the information and communications technology industry, the curriculum of MIS related department should develop and implement new conceptual frameworks. In response, the purpose of this study was to develop curriculum for students in the Department of e-Business at Kyungnam University. Design/methodology/approach We conducted a demands analysis of educational demanders, NCS(National Competency Standards) based curricular analysis, and benchmarking from other management information systems related departments. The expert panel committee consisting of e-Business department faculty members was held to examine and discuss the student-oriented curriculum developed during this study. Findings Results show that the contents and types of curriculum should be organized so that students can maximize their professional job competency to apply to their core professional tasks. Given these findings, we reconstructed the curriculum with both basic and advanced courses, all systematically organized according to the job requirements they offer toward meeting the industry's needs. We also implemented the web-based JSSS(Job Searching Support System) with which educational demanders can search among 13 job types, estimate their performances, and obtain the information about course registration. In all this study presents specific, practical evidence of the job-related curriculum for students in the Department of e-Business at Kyungnam University.
Big Data, Business Analytics, and IoT: The Opportunities and Challenges for Business
Jang, Young Jae ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 139~152
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2015.24.4.139
With the advancement of the Internet/IT technologies and the increased computation power, massive data can be collected, stored, and processed these days. The availability of large databases has brought forth a new era in which companies are hard pressed to find innovative ways to utilize immense amounts of data at their disposal. Indeed, data has opened a new age of business operations and management. There are already many cases of innovative businesses reaping success thanks to scientific decisions based on data analysis and mathematical algorithms. Big Data is a new paradigm in itself. In this article, Big Data is viewed as a new perspective rather than a new technology. This value centric definition of Big Data provides a new insight and opportunities. Moreover, the Business Analytics, which is the framework of creating tangible results in management, is introduced. Then the Internet of Things (IoT), another innovative concept of data collection and networking, is presented and how this new concept can be interpreted with Big Data in terms of the value centric perspective. The challenges and opportunities with these new concepts are also discussed.