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가족기업의 성공 관련 요인 분석 (An Analysis on the Factors related to the Family Business Performance)

  • 정순희
    • 한국가족자원경영학회지
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.103-115
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze which factor, influenced the business and family performance success. Data were obtained from 248 family households. Proxy variable of the business performance was gross business income and of the family performance was the Family AFGAR scores. The multiple regression analysis was conducted for both the business performance equation and family performance equation. The main results of this study were as followings: The results indicated the effects of various business and family characteristics on performance and their contributions to the business and family performance model. Nine explanatory variables such as sex, being home-based, number of hours worked per week, number of family employee, number of nonfamily employee, total asset, the presence of young child under 6, nonbusiness income, and role conflicts were statistically significant in the business performance equation and three explanatory variables such as the hours worked per week, family stress scores, and role conflicts were statistically significant in the family performance equation. The results indicated the need for a more comprehensive view of family business performance.

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품질경영 활동이 성과에 미치는 영향에 대한 품질경영 프로그램의 조절효과에 대한 관한 연구 (The Moderated Effect of Quality Management Program on the Efforts of Quality Management to Performance)

  • 권영훈
    • 품질경영학회지
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    • v.34 no.3
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    • pp.41-50
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    • 2006
  • This paper analyses the moderated effect of quality management program on the efforts of quality management to performance using a sample of 300 Korean manufacturing firms. Result shows that (1) quality management efforts does not effect to engineering quality performance and managerial quality performance does effect to customer performance, and (2) customer performance does not effect to management performance. And quality program has a moderated effect between quality efforts and quality performance. The result shows that there is no direct link between engineering quality performance and management performance.

A Performance Index for Time Slot Allocation in Link-16 Relative Navigation System

  • Lee, Jin Hyuk;Lee, Ju Hyun;Noh, Jae Hee;Lim, Deok Won;Park, Chansik;Lee, Sang Jeong
    • Journal of Positioning, Navigation, and Timing
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.117-123
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    • 2017
  • In this paper, we propose a performance index that can compare the position estimation performance according to the time slot allocation order, which is superior in the position estimation performance in the operation of the Link-16 based relative navigation system. In order to verify the validity of the performance index, a software-based Link-16 relative navigation system performance analysis platform composed of a signal generator, a signal reception and navigation algorithm execution unit, and a performance analysis unit was designed. Using the designed software platform, we analyzed the relationship between proposed performance index and position estimation performance according to time slot allocation order in the same position reference (PR) arrangement. The performance index of the proposed time slot allocation is expected to be utilized not only for the Link-16 system, but also for the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)-based navigation system.

유비쿼터스 환경에서 기업가정신과 기업역량이 기업성과에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구 - 중소기업을 중심으로 - (An Study on the Effects of Entrepreneurship and Company Competence on the Business Performances in Ubiquitous Environments - Focused on the Small and Medium Business -)

  • 박규영;허은경
    • 통상정보연구
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.239-264
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    • 2009
  • As the competitive market environment and industry circumstances become more and more competitive on a daily basis, it is not easy to find an opportunity to initiate small business, or increase performances of Small and Medium Business. The research findings are as follows. First, entrepreneurship(innovation, progressive, social responsibility) has significant effects on the market orientation. Second, company competence(individual resource, technology resource) has significant effects on the market orientation. Third, market orientation has significant effects on the non-financial performance(Internal process performance, learning & growth performance, customer performance). Finally, non-financial performance(Internal process performance, learning & growth performance, customer performance) has significant effects on the financial performance.

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DEA를 활용한 성과평가 지표의 가중치 결정모형 구축 : 평생학습도시 성과평가 지표 적용 사례를 중심으로 (Learning City Performance Measurement and Performance Measure Weighting Decision based on DEA Method)

  • 임환;손명호
    • 한국IT서비스학회지
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.109-121
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    • 2010
  • Most organizations adopt their own performance measurement systems. Those organizations select performance measures to meet their goals. Organizations can give only limited description of what performance measures are. Kaplan and Norton suggest that the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) to complement the conventional performance measures. The BSC can provide management system with a comprehensive strategic vision and integrates non-financial measures with financial measures. The BSC is widely used for measuring corporate performance. This paper investigates how the BSC-based performance measures can be applied to Learning City. The Learning City's performance measures and strategy map on the basis of the BSC are suggested in this research. This paper adopt the AR(assurance region)-DEA model which could limit the range of weight on performance measures to prevent each viewpoint of BSC from having unlimited elasticity. The proposed model is based on CCR model including a property of unit invariance to use the data without normalization process.

국방품질경영시스템이 기업성과에 미치는 영향에 관한 실증적 연구 (An Empirical Study on the Influence of Business Performance by the Defense Quality Management System)

  • 노재용;이상복
    • 품질경영학회지
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.444-460
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    • 2011
  • We study on the Influence of Business Performance by the Defense Quality Management System(DQMS). In this paper, we establish the 7 hypothesis which is as following that Motivation of DQMS certificate and CEO leadership of DQMS certificate will affect the DQMS, DQMS will affect on Quality performance and Customer performance, Quality performance will affect on Customer performance, each of Quality performance and Customer performance will affect Business Performance. By empirical study, we prove all hypothesis is accepted. We hope this result to improve performance and DQMS of corporate which try to take DQMS certificate.

불확정성 선형 시스템의 강인 성능 보장 제어 (Robust Guaranteed Performance Control of Uncertain Linear Systems)

  • 김진훈
    • 대한전기학회논문지:전력기술부문A
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    • v.48 no.5
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    • pp.553-559
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    • 1999
  • The robust control problem of the linear systems with uncertainty is classified as the robust stability problem guaranteeing the stability and the robust performance problem guaranteeing the disired performance. In this paper, we considered the robust performance analysis problem, which find the upper buund of the quadratic performance of the uncertain linear system, and the robust guaranteed performance controller design problem which design a controller guaranteeing the desired quadratic performance. At first, we treated the analysis problem and presented the two results; one is dependent on the performance of the nominal system and another is independent on this. And we treated the design method guaranteeing the desired performance for the uncertain linear systems, Finally, we show the usefulness of our results by numerical examples.

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중소수출기업의 무역전시회 참가성과 만족도 결정요인에 관한 연구 (A Study on the Determinant of Trade Show Performance of Export-oriented Small and Medium Enterprises.)

  • 최문환;김영일;서민교;권영철
    • 통상정보연구
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.117-139
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    • 2008
  • This study examines the determinants of trade show performance of export-oriented small and medium enterprises(SMEs). In this regard, the trade show performance is categorized into two dimensions, such as sales objective performance vs. non-sales objective performance Based on the analysis of 116 exporters participated in trade show held in DaeGu EXCO, it is found that the roles of the show organizers play more important roles in both the sales objective performance and the non-sales objective performance than the roles of the exhibitors do. It is also interesting to find that export experience has a negative influence on both the sales objective performance and the non-sales objective performance. These results suggest that trade show organizers should provide high service quality so as to enhance the trade show performance of exhibitors.

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연구개발 특성이 기업 연구 성과에 미치는 영향 분석 - 국제화된 한국 중소기업을 중심으로 - (An Analysis of the Effect of R&D Characteristics of Firms on R&D Performance)

  • 김한주;황윤섭
    • 통상정보연구
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.395-413
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    • 2007
  • The main purpose of this study is to analyze the relationships between the R&D characteristics and R&D performance for Korean enterprises. We divided R&D performance into technological and business launching performance and analyzed four R&D characteristics' effect on the performance. The empirical analysis results can be summarized as follows: First, R&D characteristics of enterprises show a strong relationship with R&D performance in the case of R&D process control. Second, firm capability and information routine positively affect to technological performance at 0.1 significant level but not showing significance in the case of business launching performance. Third, managerial support negatively affects to technological performance but dose not show statistical significance. Its effect on business launching performance, however, shows positive and significant effect. This result is expected to be highly suggestive for establishing the effective R&D strategies of enterprises and also the relevant overseas marketing plan to support R&D planning.

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The Effect of Real-Time Individual Process Performance Feedback on Computer-based Group Idea Generation

  • Jung, J.H.
    • 한국정보시스템학회지:정보시스템연구
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.91-107
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    • 2014
  • In computer-mediated idea generation where contributions can be anonymous, the ability to accurately monitor performances is limited, inducing social loafing. Prior research has suggested that social loafing is likely an important factor in reducing task performance. Researchers have theorized that loafing could be minimized if clear performance feedback is provided. Our prior study evidences a substantial performance gain by the provision of real time performance information about who is contributing and who is not. However, our prior study incorporated the quantity feedback only to create a larger pool of ideas based on the long-standing assumption (i.e., quantity breeds quality), not considering the quality feedback. As a result, taking advantage of anonymity in the form of pseudonymity, individuals in almost all groups exhibited a tendency of self-presentation by capitalizing on ideas of which quality was low and even frivolous (i.e., junk comments) toward the later stages of the session. Thus, we have learned that the quantity performance feedback alone does not have enough restrictiveness to consistently control the performance behavior throughout the session. Since a process chart allows participants to monitor process variation by comparing new performance data to past performance data, we incorporated real-time visual process performance feedback to reveal performance histories by connecting the sequence of idea quality scores in a time-series format. Using this environment, a laboratory experiment was conducted with five-member groups that examined the influence of both identifiability (i.e., anonymity versus pseudonymity) and process performance feedback (i.e., yes or no) in a $2{\times}2$ factorial design. The result showed that groups in the process performance feedback treatment outperformed groups in the no feedback treatment. Additionally, process performance feedback and identifiability interacted such that groups in the process performance feedback/pseudonymity treatment had the highest performance. The implications of these findings for future research, as well as the implications for the design of group idea generation procedures are discussed.