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This research addresses the perceived performance of the Korean Industrial Standards winners. Basically, we assume that the certification program improve the business performance of the winners. Also we presume that the level of employee's perception to the performance can be increased by the trust of the certification program and organizational efforts such as CEO's commitment, employee's preparation and cooperation. A research model is suggested and tested empirically. The model includes six variables such as recognition, trust about the certification, certification motives, organizational efforts for winning certification, assessor's specialty, and employee's perceived performance of the certification.. Several hypotheses are set about the relationship among these and analyzed statistically. Consequently, the results show that recognition, trust, and certification motives affect organizational efforts for certification program, and organizational efforts for winning certification affects employee's perception of assessor's professionalism and employee's perceived performance of the certification. Also it is found that trust, and certification motives affect employee's perception of assessor's professionalism, and employee's perception of assessor's professionalism affects employee's perceived performance of the certification.


This research addresses the perceived performance of the Korean Industrial Standards winners. Basically, we assume that the certification program improve the business performance of the winners. Also we presume that the level of employee's perception to the performance can be increased by the trust of the certification program and organizational efforts such as CEO's commitment, employee's preparation and cooperation. A research model is suggested and tested empirically. The model includes six variables such as recognition, trust about the certification, certification motives, organizational efforts for winning certification, assessor's specialty, and employee's perceived performance of the certification.. Several hypotheses are set about the relationship among these and analyzed statistically. Consequently, the results show that recognition, trust, and certification motives affect organizational efforts for certification program, and organizational efforts for winning certification affects employee's perception of assessor's professionalism and employee's perceived performance of the certification. Also it is found that trust, and certification motives affect employee's perception of assessor's professionalism, and employee's perception of assessor's professionalism affects employee's perceived performance of the certification.