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Team Performance is Influence by Cooperation and Competition Goal: A Qualitative Study of Financial Industry
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Team performance, Competition goal, Cooperation goal
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In teams or organizations, both cooperation and competition exist. Stereotypically, most people believe that having a cooperative condition within the team could steer an incredible team performance. On the contrary, the existence of competitive condition would not only recognize winners, but also those who delivered the worst performance. Therefore, in the process of cooperation and competition goals, there is positive performance to cooperative structure, and a negative performance would happen in competitive structure. This study uses qualitative design through interview method to collect the data.
This study develops a quadrant chart based on cooperation competition and high low performance. The four types of staff include Independent person, Teamwork person, Elimination person, and Objective person. To require the different perspectives from different companies in the financial industry, this study uses interview method to understand their circumstance when they encounter the problem. After interviewing, every participant was classified into one of four types by analyzing their responses. In the analysis, there are three major topics, one is cooperation, another is competition, and the other is the commonality of both goals. The feedback from interviewees is crucial on this research and contributes in realizing whether cooperation goal also brings negative influence and if competition will cause positive inspiration.
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論文審定書 i
中文摘要 ii
Abstract iii
Table of Contents iv
List of Figure vi
List of Table vi
Chapter 1 Introduction 1
Chapter 2 Literature Review 4
2.1 Cooperative goal 6
2.1.1 Objective 6
2.1.2 Connection 8
2.1.3 Substitutability 8
2.1.4 Cathexis 9
2.1.5 Inducibility 10
2.1.6 Accuracy 11
2.2 Competitive goal 12
2.2.1 Objective 13
2.2.2 Substitutability 14
2.2.3 Cathexis 15
2.2.4 Inducibility 16
2.2.5 Speed 17
2.3 Compare between cooperative and competitive goal 18
2.4 Teamwork performance 20
2.4.1 Starting 21
2.4.2 Processing 22
Cohesion: 23
Communication: 23
Conflict: 23
2.4.3 Result 24
Existence or high performance: 24
Elimination or low performance: 25
2.4.4 Leadership 25
Trust: 26
2.5 The development of the framework 27
Chapter 3 Method 29
3.1 The design and structure of the research 29
Participant 30
The tool of research 30
3.2 The procedure of interview 31
Sample 32
3.3 Interview questionnaire 34
Chapter 4 Result 39
4.1 The process of framework 40
Analysis of essential information 40
Analysis of Cooperation goal 42
Analysis of Competition goal 44
Reflection of analysis with two goals 48
4.2 The commonalities of two goals 48
Chapter 5 Conclusion 52
5.1 Findings 52
5.2 Contribution to the literature review 54
5.3 Limitation 54
5.4 Suggestion 55
Reference 56
Appendix 74
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