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姓名 周嘉毅(JIA-YI CHOU) 電子郵件信箱 E-mail 資料不公開
畢業系所 企業管理學系研究所(Department of Business Management)
畢業學位 碩士(Master) 畢業時期 109學年第2學期
論文名稱(中) 團隊反思對團隊建言行為的影響:檢視團隊雙元學習的中介角色與團隊競爭氣候的干擾效果
論文名稱(英) The Effect of Team Reflexivity on Team Voice Behavior: Mediating Role of Team Ambidextrous Learning and Moderating Effect of Team Competitive Climate
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    摘要(中) 本研究以組織雙元性為理論基礎,探討團隊雙元學習在團隊反思與團隊建言行為之間的中介角色,以及團隊競爭氣候在團隊反思與團隊雙元學習之間的干擾效果。
    本研究採用兩階段調查法蒐集54個企業單位、216份員工的問卷資料。經統計分析結果顯示,本研究之整題模型配適度狀態良好,同時研究假說大多獲得支持,亦即:(1)團隊反思與團隊雙元學習具有正向關係;(2)團隊雙元學習與團隊建言行為具有正向關係;(3)團隊雙元學習在團隊反思與團隊建言行為之間不具中介效果;(4)團隊競爭氣候在團隊反思與團隊雙元學習之間具有正向調節效果。
    根據上述分析結果,本研究建議團隊可以提高集體反思之程度與適度的團隊競爭氛圍,藉以提高團隊成員的雙元學習與建言行為。文末,本研究也提出了未來研究方向,作為後續研究之參考。
    摘要(英) This study explores the relationship between team reflexivity, team ambidextrous learning, team voice behavior and team competitive climate. In this research, based on the theoretical basis of organizational ambidexterity, it explores the mediating effect of team ambidexterity learning in team reflexivity on team voice behavior, and the moderating effect of team competitive climate in team reflexivity on team ambidextrous learning.
    This study uses two-stage survey to collect questionnaires. The valid sample is 1 company, 54 units, and a total of 216 questionnaires. The statistical methods used in this research include descriptive statistical analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, inter-rater reliability analysis, correlation analysis and regression analysis, etc.
    The empirical results at the group level are as follows: (1) Team reflexivity has a positive relationship with team ambidextrous learning; (2) Team ambidextrous learning has a positive relationship with team voice behavior; (3) Team ambidextrous learning has no mediating effect in team reflexivity on team voice behavior; (4) Team competitive climate has a positive moderating effect in team reflexivity on team ambidextrous learning.
    Based on the above analysis results, this research suggests that the team can increase the degree of reflexivity in the team to improve the team ambidextrous learning, and team can increase the degree of team ambidextrous learning to improve the team voice behavior, and improve the team competitive climate, which can further help the team to have a higher team ambidextrous learning. In addition, the last chapter of this research puts forward practical implications and suggestions for future research as a reference for follow-up research.
    關鍵字(中)
  • 組織雙元性
  • 團隊反思
  • 團隊雙元學習
  • 團隊建言行為
  • 團隊競爭氣候
  • 關鍵字(英)
  • organizational ambidexterity
  • team reflexivity
  • team ambidextrous learning
  • team voice behavior
  • team competitive climate
  • 論文目次 論文審定書 i
    誌 謝 ii
    中文摘要 iii
    Abstract iv
    目錄 vi
    圖次 viii
    表次 ix
    第一章 緒論 1
    第一節 研究背景與動機 1
    第二節 研究目的 3
    第三節  研究流程 4
    第二章 文獻探討 6
    第一節  組織雙元性觀點 6
    第二節 變數介紹 8
    一、團隊反思(Team reflexivity) 8
    二、團隊雙元學習(Team ambidextrous learning) 10
    三、團隊競爭氣候(Team competitive climate) 13
    四、團隊建言行為(Team voice behavior) 15
    第三節  假說推導 19
    一、團隊反思與團隊雙元學習之關係 19
    二、團隊雙元學習與團隊建言行為之關係 20
    三、團隊雙元學習之中介角色 21
    四、團隊競爭氣候之干擾效果 22
    第三章 研究設計 23
    第一節 研究架構 23
    第二節 研究樣本與資料來源 25
    第三節  變數操作型定義與衡量工具 29
    第四節  統計分析方法 35
    第四章 資料分析與結果 37
    第一節  驗證性因素分析 37
    第二節  評分者間信度分析 38
    第三節  相關分析 39
    第四節  假說檢定 41
    第五章 結論與建議 48
    第一節  研究結果討論 48
    第二節  研究意涵 51
    第三節  研究限制與未來研究方向 54
    參考文獻 56
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    口試委員
  • 施智婷 - 召集委員
  • 李慶芳 - 委員
  • 林豪傑 - 指導教授
  • 口試日期 2021-07-06 繳交日期 2021-07-14

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