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研究生:林麗敏
研究生(外文):Li-Min Lin
論文名稱:護理管理活動與技能發展之實證研究
論文名稱(外文):Nursing Management Development: A Study of Managerial Activities and Skills
指導教授:黃英忠黃英忠引用關係
指導教授(外文):Ing-Chung Huang
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:人力資源管理研究所
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:其他商業及管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2002
畢業學年度:90
語文別:英文
論文頁數:32
中文關鍵詞:護理管理才能發展管理活動與才能活動能力模式護理管理者
外文關鍵詞:Nurse managerNursing management developmentManagement activity and skillActivity competency model
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本研究提出一個活動能力模式以探討三種醫院規模等級之三階護理管理者對管理活動與才能重要性之認知。問卷之設計根據活動能力模式,初版問卷包括42項護理管理活動與有效執行這些活動所須知12項管理才能。這些活動與才能是經由文獻探討、工作分析與反覆的與領域專家訪談後產生。
研究發現顯示對管理活動重要性之認知,護理管理階層間有顯著差異,但醫院等級間不顯著。尤其,高、中階管理者對人力資源管理相關活動之重要性認知顯著的高於基層管理者。中階管理者對作業管理相關活動之重要性認知顯著的高於基層管理者。對目標訂定與規劃相關活動之重要性認知高階管理者顯著的高於中階管理者,且中階管理者顯著的高於基層管理者。基層管理者對材料與環境管理相關活動之重要性認知顯著的高於高階與中階管理者。本研究成果不僅可供護理管理者於管理才能發展、教育訓練與生涯規劃之參考準則外,也可作為人才招募與挑選適當護理管理者之準則。
This study proposed an activity competency model (ACM) to investigate the perceived importance of managerial activities and skills required of three levels of nurse managers from three levels of hospitals. A survey instrument was designed based on the ACM for data collection that encompasses forty-two initial nursing management activities and twelve managerial skills required to effectively perform these management activities that were identified through literature review, job analysis, and iterative personal interviews with domain experts.
Our findings indicate that the importance of nurse managerial activities is significantly different from the levels of management, but not significantly different from the levels of hospitals. In particular, top and middle levels of management perceived the human resources management related activities as more important than the supervisory management. Middle management perceived the importance of operation management significantly higher than supervisory management. Top management perceived the importance of goal setting & planning significantly higher than middle management. Middle management perceived the importance of goal setting & planning significantly higher than supervisory management. Supervisory management perceived the importance of material & environment management significantly higher than top and middle managements. The results from this study provide implication guidelines for management development programs, training, and the career planning for nurse managers. They also can serve as guideline for recruiting and selecting the effective nurse managers.
1. INTRODUCTION1
2. LITERATURE REVIEW AND CONCEPTUAL MODEL3
3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY9
3.1 INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT AND PILOT STUDY9
3.2 SAMPLING12
4. DATA ANALYSIS13
4.1 SAMPLE CHARACTERISTICS13
4.2 FACTOR ANALYSIS13
4.3 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS OF MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS15
4.4 TESTING OF HYPOTHESES20
5. CONCLUSIONS27
REFERENCES29
APPENDIX A:32
APPENDIX B:32
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