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論文名稱 員工潛能與晉升力評分之關聯性研究-探討師徒功能的調節式中介作用
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摘要(中) 早期晉升員工不管工作表現如何,年資一到,員工都會慢慢往上升。近年來,企業競爭激烈,不能再以舊有模式晉升員工,那要如何晉升員工,才不會晉升到不對的人,影響公司未來發展?本研究就是探討(一)晉升力評分與潛能之間的關係,發現潛能確實會大大地影響晉升力評分,(二)晉升力評分與任務性績效之間的關係,得到的結果也是績效好的員工晉升力較佳,(三)員工的潛能在任務性績效的中介關係加上師徒功能的調節影響下對晉升力評分的關係,分析結果發現任務性績效有部份中介效果,而師徒功能確是有顯著的影響。
摘要(英) In the past, regardless of the performance when the employee has reached a certain seniority , the employee will be gradually promoted. In recent years, enterprises face fiercely competition and can’t use old model to promote employees. How do companies promote their employees and do not promote to the wrong person will be affecting the future development of the company? This study explores (1) according to the relationship between promotability & potential , we find that potential will greatly affect the promotability. (2) according to the relationship between promotability & task performance , we find the good performance of employees have better promotability. (3) according to the intermediary relationship of the potential of employees in task performance and the adjustment of the mentoring function, we get the results to know that the task performance has a partial mediation effect and the mentoring function has a significant influence.
關鍵字(中) ★ 潛能
★ 任務性績效
★ 師徒功能
★ 晉升力評分
關鍵字(英) ★ Potential
★ Task Performance
★ Mentoring Function
★ Promotability
論文目次 第一章 緒論 1
1-1 研究背景與動機 1
1-2 研究目的 4
第二章 文獻探討 5
2-1 晉升力評分(PROMOTABILITY) 5
2-2 潛能(POTENTIALITY) 6
2-3 任務性績效(TASK PERFORMANCE) 6
2-4師徒功能(MENTORING FUNCTIONS) 7
2-5 潛能、任務性績效與晉升力評分的關聯性 8
2-7師徒功能的調節式中介效果 11
第三章 研究方法 13
3-1 研究架構 13
3-2 研究流程與對象 13
3-3 研究變項衡量 14
3-3-1 潛能 14
3-3-2 任務性績效 15
3-3-3 師徒功能 15
3-3-4 晉升力評分 16
3-4 資料分析與統計方法 16
3-4-1敘述性統計(DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS ANALYSIS) 16
3-4-2信度與效度分析(RELIABILITY & VALIDITY ANALYSIS) 16
3-4-3共同方法變異檢測(COMMON METHOD VARIANCE, CMV ANALYSIS) 17
3-4-4驗證性因素分析(CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS, CFA) 17
3-4-5相關性分析(CORRELATION ANALYSIS) 17
3-4-6廻歸分析(REGRESSION ANALYSIS) 18
第四章 研究結果與分析 19
4-1資料來源及樣本特性 19
4-2信度與效度分析 21
4-2-1信度分析 21
4-2-2 收斂效度與區辨效度 22
4-4 相關分析 25
4-5任務性績效對潛能與晉升力評分的中介效果分析 26
4-6師徒功能對任務性績效與晉升力評分調節效果分析 27
第五章 結論與建議 30
5-1研究結論與討論 30
5-2 研究貢獻 32
5-3 管理意涵 33
5-4 研究限制與研究建議 33
參考文獻 35
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