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Diagnostic Framework for Performance Measurement Practices of Public Broadcasting (공영방송 성과측정관행의 진단 틀)

  • Min, Jae-H.
    • Korean Management Science Review
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.137-159
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    • 2009
  • An organizational performance measurement practice is a function of performance measurement system and performance management system they are currently employing, and its quality is determined by evaluating the followings in a comprehensive manner: first, if they are measuring right things; second, if they are measuring in a right way; third, if they are actively facilitating a process of data collection, structuring, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination; and fourth, if they are using performance measurement results for the primary purposes of performance measurement. This study proposes a diagnostic framework for evaluating the performance measurement practices of public broadcasting which include the qualities of performance measurement and performance management, and develop a structured questionnaire for that purpose. The framework proposed in this study does not serve only as a useful tool for public broadcasting to revise their respective performance measures and performance measurement systems, but it also make their respective performance measurement practices a strategic management tool as well as an operational management one.

Diagnosis of Performance Measurement System of Knowledge Management : A Case of University (대학 지식경영 성과측정시스템의 진단 사례연구)

  • Lee, Young-Chan;Lee, Seung-Seok
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.71-100
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    • 2009
  • Recently, many of organizations build up their performance measurement system (PMS) to measure their knowledge management performance. However, the system that doesn't well reflect the organization's strategies as well as surroundings could obstruct their performance improvement, instead. Therefore, It is really important to establish the PMS to reflect organization's surroundings and strategies. The purpose of this study is to make a diagnosis of a performance measurement practice of a domestic university's knowledge management. To serve this research purpose, we examine the uptight performance index and PMS from existing references. And we diagnose the specific practices and maturity rates of measuring performances, and the recognition of the performance index at "D" university recently adopting balanced scorecard to performance evaluation through the survey on academic affairs committee members, performance evaluation committee members, and administration members. The method analyzing data from the survey is a gap analysis which includes alignment analysis, congruence analysis, consensus analysis, and confusion analysis. We make a diagnosis of performance measurement practices at "D" university, raise several points of this performance measurement system, and present the improvement plans from these problems.

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A Diagnosis and Assessment Methodology for Enterprise CRM Strategy (전사적 CRM 전략의 진단 및 평가 방법론 개발)

  • Kim, Hyung-Su;Jeong, Han-Geun
    • Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society
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    • v.37 no.3
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    • pp.23-37
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    • 2012
  • As Customer Relationship Management (CRM) strategy is becoming a core competence more recently, many companies want a reliable CRM assessment system which enables measuring and diagnosing corporate customer strategies for building an optimized CRM strategy. However, there has been short of researches on developing the CRM diagnosis methodology that is directly applicable to real practices. Drawing upon the theoretical framework of CRM scorecard, we developed and suggested a corporate CRM diagnosis methodology that can systematically understand and assess the corporate CRM capability and performance, guiding their future directions. Companies can search the important but weak areas among various CRM strategy subjects through the proposed diagnostic procedures. This framework has a hierarchical structure that has four evaluative domains each of which has several evaluative subjects consisting of many evaluative themes: the score of upper factor is the weighted average of its subordinate factor scores. And the score of each evaluative theme is the weighted average of quantitative and qualitative evaluative indexes. Quantitative indexes are calculated by analyzing customer and sales data and qualitative ones are derived from survey data. Each evaluative index has more than one measure and its score can be derived from its own formula consisting of the measures. To prove the concept, we applied this framework to a real company and concluded that it might be appropriate to understand the corporate CRM strategy situation, find the pain points, and resolve them for better CRM implementation.