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Volume 8, Issue 2 - Dec 1999
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A Study on the Effects Factors of Multimedia Information Systems on Employee Education in Business Organizations
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 5~27
The recent development of information technology in general and consolidation of communications and multimedia technology in particular have brought enormous changes in education and training methods in many business organizations. Numerous studies in the education engineering field report that teaching using multimedia technologies will more enhance the education/training performance than the traditional instructor-teaching method. However, in the management information systems field, few studies are found which directly investigated effects of multimedia technologies on education and training. None of multimedia-related studies can be found in the top-ranked MIS journals published in Korea for the last five years, and only a few stuides are found even worldwide. The major steps of the current research are as follows. First, in order to identify important factors constituting the effectiveness of multimedia systems, previous research related to the effectiveness of multimedia systems was reviewed and analyzed. Second, individual items which can be considered as candidates to represent the effectiveness of multimedia systems were derived from this previous research review, and a survey questionnaire was developed using those derived items. Based on the developed survey questionnaire, a pretest was administered at several domestic business firms with experiences of multimedia systems. Third, survey questionnaires were distributed to and collected from the 517 employees which experienced using multimedia systems.
A Study on E-Mail Utilization and Perceived Impacts
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 29~47
Most organization are using E-mail(electronic mail) currently, but we seldom see the organizational success from the E-mail utilization strategically. There are many research which are focusing on the selection and usage of E-mail as a electronic communication media based on Information Richness Theory and Critical Social Theory. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects by using E-mail through providing the model of perceived impacts. This model considers the moderate factors such as top management supports, organizational usage, and organizational pressure based on CST. Also it provides the guideline how to use E-mail strategically.
Affecting Factors on the Technology Adoption of Object Orientation
Kim, Injai ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 49~67
An Empirical Study on Y2K settlement in Korean Business Firms
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 69~90
The purpose of this paper is to study the current status of Y2K settlement in korean business firms. To accomplish the purpose of this paper effectively, first of all, theoretical background of Y2K was reviewed briefly. Second, research hypotheses and methodology were discussed with the following topics: (1) research hypotheses (2) operational definitions of variables (3) survey population (4) data collection method (5) data analysis method. Third, current status and problems of Y2K problems were investigated in detail with the following areas: (1) characteristics of samples (2) comparisons of Y2K settlement by business area (3) comparisons of Y2K settlement by firm sizes (4) comparisons of Y2K settlement by degree of information systems (5) effective ways of settling Y2K problems Finally, this paper was summarized and future research directions were suggested briefly.
A Study on the Decision Model Agent System based on the Customer기s Preference in Electronic Commerce
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 91~110
Recently, searching agent systems to help purchase of products between business and customer have been actively studied in Electronic Commerce(EC). However, the most of comparative searching agent systems are only provided customers with searching results by the keyword-based search, and is not support the efficient decision models to be selected products considering the customer's requirements. This paper proposes the decision agent system applied decision model as well as searching functions based on the keyword-input to be selected useful products in EC. The proposed decision agent system is consist of the user interface, provider interface, decision model. Especially, as the example of the decision model, this paper is designed and implemented the prototype of decision agent system which is normalized the searching data and value of customer's preference weight as to each attribute, and orderly provided customers with computed results. This agent system is also carried out sensitive analysis according to the reflection ratio of the each attribute.
Multiagent Framework for Distributed and Global Purchasing
Kim, Tae-Woon ; Ko, Chang-Seong ; Kim, Won-Kyung ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 111~127
Factors That Influence the Adoption of the Internet Market
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 129~143
A great number of companies are currently examining the opportunities made available through the internet. This research aims to identify the factors that influence the adoption of the internet market. The innovation-IT-diffusion theory provide the theoretical foundation for this study. Seven factors were found to influence the adoption level of the internet market. They are top management support, cost efficiency, inclination toward new technology, absorptive capacity, institutional support, competitors move and customer pressure. Nonparametric test was used to test hypotheses. The results shows that top management support is the most important factor, and institutional support is not related to the adoption of the internet market.
A Study on Systems Development for Preventing Aviation Deficiency and Accident
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 145~168
There are still occurring aviation accidents in spite of great preventing efforts all over the world. This paper contains some methods to prevent aircrafts deficiencies and accidents. First part of this paper refers to the background of those aviation deficiencies on mechanical, human and environment structures which influence directly to the air accidents and general survey on various theories of the aircraft's systems. On the way we discussed the general situations of the air tool's deficiencies which cause tragic accidents to the human lives and assets. After analysis on the situations we suggest the new systems which would forecast more detail accuracies concerned air elements for the safety flying. Then we introduce the following new systems resulting from the forecasting which can solve problems on aircraft deficiencies and complex interrelationships among air accidental factors. To simplify the complex systems, we needed to build the mechanical and organizational database for maintaining the procedures of the past troubleshooting on the major parts preventing deficiencies of those mechanical units. These suggested systems will contribute a great deal of aids, the maintenance credibility and air safety for the air operations and all customers in the world. Avoiding the past troubleshooting from just by using simple systems which can forecast main causes of the units and parts of the crafts, this system will be able to provide excellent management tools for the promoting aviational industries. The comfortable and convenient air operations are very valuable works, and the scientific method and detail maintenance will improve our daily air life by minimizing accidents. Adapting these developing systems, for the forecasting aircraft deficiencies and accidents can be integrated with the other aircraft management systems to promote more air safety in the world. This study is focused to eliminating aircraft accidents through forecasting deficiency symptom procedures by relational coordinations among all of the systems. Futhermore we need continuously detailed analysis and study for eliminating air accidents all together those who work in those fields.
A Study of Critical Success Factors in System Development Team Operation
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 8, issue 2, 1999, Pages 169~185
The overall objective of this study is to empirically investigate organizational/managerial factors affecting system development team operation. The contributions of this research project are two-fold. First, this study examined various organizational/managerial factors that made team operation successful. Second, we presented the key success factors among the identified success factors of team operation. A field investigation of 68 system development teams located around YoungNam area indicates that motivation, leadership and egalitarian team culture are success factors of team operation. Especially, key success factors are leadership and egalitarian team culture.