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Applying Importance Analysis and Matrix Analysis to Identify Key Capabilities for Port of Kaohsiung
Ji-Feng Ding;Gin-Shuh Liang
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Shipping and Transportation Management|
port;key capabilities;importance analysis;matrix analysis
|Issue Date: ||2011-10-20T08:33:41Z
Abstract:The main purpose of this paper is to identify key capabilities for port of Kaohsiung using importance analysis and matrix analysis. Two-stage questionnaires are designed to assist the illustration of the operational process of the proposed appraisal model. Firstly importance analysis, in conjunction with stage 1 questionnaire, is performed to screen the thirty-seven preliminary activity-related capabilities with a threshold value of 5.9 set subjectively. As resulted, twenty-five suitable capabilities are obtained by eliminating those items with threshold values lower than 5.9. Secondly matrix analysis is carried out, with the aid of stage 2 questionnaire, to identify key capabilities from the above screened twenty-five suitable capabilities. For this matrix analysis, we subjectively set the values of 5.6 and 5.425 to represent both threshold values of importance (TVI) and threshold values of relative strength (TVRS). Under the conditions that both TVI and TVRS are higher than 5.6, we identify those capability items and designated as key capabilities. With the TVI and TVRS failing between 5.425 and 5.6, the capability items are designated as potential capabilities. For those items with a TVI higher than 5.425, but a TVRS lower than 5.425, they are classified as key weaknesses. By adopting these threshold values for the analysis of Kaohsiung port, we identify nine key capabilities, eight potential key capabilities, and eight key weaknesses.
|Relation: ||14(3), pp.21-36|
|Appears in Collections:||[航運管理學系] 期刊論文|
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