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Transformation Leadership and Individual Innovative Behavior : the Mediation Effects of Contextual Ambidexterity-the Case of Public Museums
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黃良志, 董玉娟, 曹瓊文
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organizational systems, transformational leadership, public museums, contextual ambidexterity, resource characteristics, innovative behavior
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Public sector innovation has become more important than ever with the increasing complexity of the environment; yet, the choice between control and flexibility in the innovation process poses a dilemma. Organizational ambidexterity asserts that organizations possess the ability to respond by exploring and exploiting simultaneously, while contextual ambidexterity is a means to achieve organizational ambidexterity.
Public museums have a relatively flat organization structure and emphasize more on innovation, although they face institutional pressures and receive limited government funding. As public museums possess organizational ambidexterity characteristics, it is even more vital to cultivate a work atmosphere of contextual ambidexterity.Related studies have argued that leadership behavior has an important effect on innovative behavior; however, studies have rarely discussed the mediators affecting the relationship between the two at the organizational level. Moreover, organization systems and resource characteristics are also important factors that promote the achievement of strategic goals; yet, studies on whether these factors affect leadership behavior, contextual ambidexterity, and innovative behavior are few and far between.
According to the results of cross-level analysis conducted in this study, transformational leadership has a positive effect on innovative behavior, while contextual ambidexterity has a mediating effect on the relationship between transformational leadership and innovative behavior. Meanwhile, organization systems (formalization) and resource characteristics (resource dependence) in organizational systems have a moderating effect on the relationship between contextual ambidexterity and innovative behavior, where the higher is the degree of formalization and resource dependence in organizational systems, the weaker is the positive effect of contextual ambidexterity on innovative behavior. Finally, this study provides managerial implications, theoretical contributions, suggestions, as well as research limitations.
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論文審定書 i
中文摘要 iii
英文摘要 iv
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景 1
第二節 研究動機 2
第三節 研究目的 4
第四節 研究流程 5
第二章 文獻探討 7
第一節 轉換型領導 7
第二節 個人創新行為 10
第三節 情境雙元性 11
第四節 中介效果 21
第五節 調節效果 24
第三章 研究方法 29
第一節 研究架構 29
第二節 研究變數之操作型定義及衡量 30
第三節 資料收集方式 36
第四節 測量變數概況分析 37
第四章 研究結果與討論 43
第一節 構面信度及效度分析 43
第二節 模型估計 46
第三節 中介效果及調節效果分析 49
第五章 結論及建議 57
第一節 研究結論、管理意涵與理論貢獻 57
第二節 建議 60
第三節 研究限制及未來研究建議 62
參考文獻 65
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