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학술지 Are Factors Affecting RFID Adoption Different between Public and Private Organisations?
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이상재, 박용재, 임명환, 김병곤
International Journal of Mobile Communications, v.15 no.4, pp.437-465
Inderscience Publishers
16ZE1200, 글로벌 ICT 선도를 위한 R&D 기획역량 제고, 한성수
While radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is becoming widely used in supply chains for several public and private applications in Korea, the widespread diffusion of RFID across various industries is yet to be expected. This study suggests two objectives for RFID research: (1) To show that factors (technological, organisational, and environmental factors) affecting RFID adoption are different between public and private organisations in Korea. (2) To apply a balanced score approach (BSC) to assess the organisational performance after RFID adoption and show differences in the performance of RFID adoption between public and private organisations. Technological complexity, security, and size are the most important factors for public RFID adopters, while technological compatibility, adoption cost, and competitive pressure are the most important determinants for RFID adoption in private organisations. It turns out that RFID adoption positively influences the organisational performance in aspects of learning and growth, internal process, and customers rather than financial performance. Furthermore, the emphasis on the four measures of BSC is different between public and private organisations, as the RFID adoption by public organisations is more significantly linked to financial performance than private organisations. In contrast, private organisations are more likely to produce learning and growth, internal process efficiency, and customer performance than public organisations.
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Environmental factor(E-factor), Financial performance, Organisational Performance, Passive radio frequency identification(RFID), Private applications, Public and private, Public organisations, Radio Frequency(RF), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, Technological complexity, competitive pressure