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論文名稱 任務性績效、晉升力評分和員工職涯滿意的關聯性-以主管教練行為和LMX為調節變項
(The relationship of task performance, promotability ratings and employee’s satisfaction – intermediating factors by coaching behavior and LMX)
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摘要(中) 隨著社會環境的變遷及員工個人價值觀的改變,要如何達到員工晉升力評分與職涯滿意,不能僅以單一因素為考量,由過去諸多的研究可發現,探討組織行為必須同時考量個人與情境因素,多分別探討「競爭性移動系統」與「贊助性流動系統」對職涯成功的影響,交互作用學派認為,組織行為是一個特定的人與某個特定情境交互作用的結果,探討組織行為必須同時考慮個人與情境因素。

本研究採跨產業樣本蒐集之方式,樣本來源自兩岸私人企業總共發放問卷1200份,回收後配對成功之有效問卷有530份。以階層迴歸分析方式,檢驗數據資料並驗證本研究之假設。
本研究以「任務性績效」作為競爭性流動層面的預測變數;並以「主管教練行為」及「LMX」為贊助性流動層面的變數,探討其對於上述關聯性的調節效果,期能全面探討晉升力評分與職涯滿意的影響要素。
根據迴歸分析的結果顯示,任務性績效對於晉升力評分和職涯滿意間具有顯著的關連性。
摘要(英) With changing of social-economics and changing of employee’s values and working attitudes, we have to reconsider how to inspire employees’ satisfaction on career and make promotability ratings higher. Not only one way thinking, personal and situational factors must be also included in studies of exploring organizational behaviors because piles of findings in related fields. From point of view of Transactional Analysis, focusing on effects of contest mobility and sponsored mobility on career success, organizational behaviors represent symbol of interaction of someone in some situations. That is, personal and situational factors are basics in understanding organizational behaviors.

In the study, the samples are sourced from companies and enterprises located at Taiwan and China across various industries. Totally 1200 questionnaires are collected and effective copies are 530. The hypothesis are verified with hierarchical regression.
關鍵字(中) ★ 任務性績效
★ 晉升力評分
★ 職涯滿意
★ 主管教練行為
★ LMX
關鍵字(英) ★ Task Performance
★ Promotability Ratings
★ Employee’s Satisfaction
★ Coaching behavior
★ LMX
論文目次 中文摘要 v
Abstract vi
第一章緒論 1
第一節 研究動機與背景 1
第二節 研究目的 7
第二章 文獻探討 9
第一節 職涯滿意 9
第二節 晉升力評分 11
第三節 任務性績效 14
第四節 任務性績效與晉升力評分、職涯滿意的關聯性 15
第五節 主管教練行為 18
第六節 主管教練行為的調節效果 20
第七節 主管-部屬交換關係(Leader-Member Exchange) 21
第八節 LMX的調節效果 24
第三章 26
第一節 研究架構 26
第二節 研究對象與程序 27
第三節 研究變項衡量 28
第四章 31
第一節 相關分析 31
第二節 階層迴歸分析 32
第五章 36
第一節 研究結果與討論 36
第二節 學術貢獻 38
第三節 管理意涵 39
第四節 研究限制與未來研究發展方向 40
參考文獻 42
一、中文部分 42
二、英文部分 43
圖目錄
图表 1 研究架構圖 26
表目錄
表 4-1 適應性績效、晉升力評分與調節變項之敘述性統計及相關分析 31
表 4-2 任務性績效對職涯滿意度的影響,以主管教練行為為調節變項 32
表 4-3 任務性績效對職涯滿意度的影響,以LMX為調節變項 33
表 4-4 任務性績效對晉升力評分的影響,以主管教練行為為調節變項 34
表 4-5 任務性績效對晉升力評分的影響,以LMX為調節變項 34
表 4-6 研究假設結果彙整表 35

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