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博碩士論文 etd-0905120-105121 詳細資訊
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論文名稱
Title
高績效工作系統對自發性外派者知識分享、文化智商、移居國外工作動機和局外人身份的影響
The Effect of High-Performance Work-Systems on Self-Initiated Expatriates Knowledge Sharing with Cultural Intelligence, Expatriation Motivation, and Outsider Status
系所名稱
Department
畢業學年期
Year, semester
語文別
Language
學位類別
Degree
頁數
Number of pages
105
研究生
Author
指導教授
Advisor
召集委員
Convenor
口試委員
Advisory Committee
口試日期
Date of Exam
2020-09-24
繳交日期
Date of Submission
2020-10-05
關鍵字
Keywords
外在動機、知識分享、局外人身份、國外工作動機、文化智商、高績效工作系統、內在動機
Intrinsic Motivation, Extrinsic Motivation, Expatriation Motivation, Cultural Intelligence, Outsider Status, Knowledge Sharing, High-Performance Work Systems
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中文摘要
這份研究的目的是要探索高績效工作系統對於自發性外派者知識分享的影響。主要目的是主張特定高績效工作系統組合或是個別方式影響知識分享的關係,和傳統被指定外派者跟自發性外派者在知識分享有何不同。
這份定性研究包含了八位居住在台灣的自發性外派者的個人面談資料。這份研究發現在八位面訪者中高績效工作系統組合,組合包括選擇性招募,團隊合作,彈性的工作指派及內部晉升增加了知識的分享。這份研究提供從業人員在工作上的應用建議及提供未來的研究指引。
Abstract
The purpose of this research paper was to explore the effects of High-Performance Work Systems (HPWS) on Knowledge Sharing (KS) with Self-Initiated Expatriates (SIEs). The goal was to assert if certain HPWS bundles or individual practices affected KS relationships, and how this may differ from traditionally Assigned Expatriate (AE) KS. This qualitative study utilized personal interviews to collect data from eight SIEs located in Taiwan. The study found that HPWS bundles including selective recruitment, teamwork, flexible job design, and internal progression increased KS among the research population. It details workplace applications for practitioners and gives leads for future research.
目次 Table of Contents
Thesis Validation Letter i
Acknowledgements ii
摘要 iii
Abstract iv
Table of Figures vi
Table of Tables vi
Introduction 1
Literature Review 3
Self-Initiated Expatriates vs Traditional Expatriates 3
Varying Construct Characteristics of SIEs 4
Towards a Unified Definition of SIEs 7
Knowledge Management 9
Knowledge Sharing 11
HPWS and the Ability, Motivation, Opportunity Framework 12
HPWS and Knowledge Management 16
Theoretical Foundations 19
Notable Differences between AEs and SIEs for KS 19
Unlocking the “Black Box” of High-Performance Work Systems 22
SIE Cultural Intelligence as a Variable for the Ability to Share Knowledge 23
SIE Outsider Status as a Variable for the Opportunity to Share Knowledge 26
SIE Expatriation Motivation as a Variable for the Motivation to Share Knowledge 28
Proposed Research Framework 32
Methodology 33
Results and Analysis 37
SIE Knowledge Sharing 38
HPWS Practices Which Affect SIE Ability to Interact with Foreign Cultures 41
HPWS Practices Which Affect the Social Opportunities for Knowledge Sharing? 44
SIE Impetus for Relocation Affecting their Motivation to Share Knowledge 48
Conclusion 51
Applications for Industry Practitioners 52
Limitations 52
Future Research 53
Reference List 55
Appendix 86
Appendix 1 Interview Research Explaination 86
Appendix 2 Semi-Structure Interview Questions 87
Appendix 3 Interview Consent Form 90
Appendix 4 Framework for Future Research Relationships 91
Appendix 5: Motivational Measures 92
Appendix 6: HPWS Measures 93
Appendix 7: HPWS AMO Differentiations 94
Appendix 8: Knowledge Sharing Measures 95
Appendix 9: Expatriation Motivation Measures 97
Appendix 10: Cultural Intelligence Measures 98
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