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姓名 蕭書晴(Shu-Ching Hsiau)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 高階主管企管碩士班
論文名稱 工作績效、潛能和晉升力評分關聯性之研究-以領導-部屬交換關係和領導-領導交換關係為調節變項
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摘要(中) 晉升,是所有在職場上打拼的人所追求的,而如何晉升一個員工,用什麼方式來衡量一個員工能否勝任下一個職位,是企業非常重視的。近年來許多企業都採用了績效潛能矩陣量表來評估員工,除了評估其過去的工作成績之外,也一併衡量其未來發展的潛質。而在華人社會中,又是非常講究彼此之間的關係互動的。故在研究中,我們除了探討績效與潛能是否能夠影響員工的晉升之外,也一併探討主管部屬之間的關係是否會對晉升力評分產生調節的效果。
根據迴歸分析的結果本研究發現,適應性績效與晉升力評分間有顯著正向關聯性,其次潛能與晉升力評分間也有顯著正向關聯性,最後領導對領導交換關係在適應性績效與晉升力評分之間存在調節效果。

摘要(英) Promotion is the inherent pursuit of all people in the workplace. How to promote an employee and what is the best way to measure an employee’s adequacy for the next position is of particular importance for enterprises. In recent years, many enterprises have adopted the performance potential matrix scale table to assess employees. In addition to evaluate their past performance, also measure the potential of their future development. In Chinese society, people take the interaction between each other very seriously. In this study, we not only investigate whether the performance and potential can affect employee’s promotion, but also discuss whether the relationship between management and subordinate will effects on promotion.

According to the result of regression analysis, this study found that adaptive performance and promotability rating score have a significant positive association as well as potential and promotability rating, finally the leader-leader exchange relationship has the regulatory effect on the adaptive performance for promotability rating.
關鍵字(中) ★ 任務性績效
★ 適應性績效
★ 潛能
★ 晉升力評分
★ 領導部屬交換關係
★ 領導領導交換關係
關鍵字(英) ★ Task Performance
★ Adaptive Performance
★ Potential
★ Promotability Rating
★ Leader-Member Exchange
★ Leader-Leader Exchange
論文目次 第一章 緒論 1
第二章 文獻探討 6
一、晉升力評分 6
二、工作績效 7
三、潛能 8
四、領導—部屬交換關係 9
五、領導—領導交換關係 11
六、工作績效與晉升力評分的關聯性 11
七、潛能與晉升力評分的關聯性 12
八、領導—部屬交換關係的調節效果 13
九、領導—領導交換關係的調節效果 14
第三章 研究方法 16
第一節 研究架構 16
第二節 資料來源與樣本特性 17
第三節 研究變項及衡量 18
一、工作績效 18
二、潛能 18
三、晉升力評分 19
四、領導—部屬交換關係 19
五、領導—領導交換關係 19
六、控制變項 20
第四章 研究結果與分析 21
第一節 信度分析 21
第二節 敘述統計與相關分析 22
第三節 階層迴歸分析 23
第五章 結論與建議 27
第一節 研究目的與結論描述 27
第二節 學術與實務貢獻 29
第三節 研究限制與未來研究方向 30
參考文獻 31

圖目錄

圖(1) 研究架構圖 16
圖(2) 交互作用圖 25


表目錄

表 1 人口統計變項 17
表 2 信度分析 21
表 3 相關分析結果 22
表 4 以主管部屬交換關係為調節變項的迴歸分析結果 23
表 5 以領導領導交換關係微調節變項的迴歸分析結果 24
表 6 研究假設驗證結果摘要 26
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指導教授 林文政(Wen-Jeng Lin) 審核日期 2015-6-30
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