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研究生:胡閎智
研究生(外文):Hung-Chih,Hu
論文名稱:高階管理團隊對雙元創新能力與新產品績效之影響-組織寬裕資源與雙元兼具組織干擾效果
論文名稱(外文):The Impact of Top Management Team on Ambidexterity and New Product Performance - The Moderating Effect of Slack and Ambidexterity Organization.
指導教授:黃識銘黃識銘引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shih-Ming,Huang
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:南台科技大學
系所名稱:行銷與流通管理系
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:行銷與流通學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:100
語文別:中文
論文頁數:147
中文關鍵詞:高階團隊領導能力雙元創新能力新產品績效組織寬裕資源雙元兼具組織
外文關鍵詞:Top Management Team LeadershipAmbidexteritySlackNew Products PerformanceAmbidextrous Organization
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本文應用雙元創新理論以及高層理論來探討高階團隊領導能力(高階管理支持、高階團隊行為整合與團隊多樣性)對於雙元創新能力與新產品績效之影響,進一步探討寬裕資源與雙元兼具組織對雙元創新能力與新產品績效之干擾影響,以及雙元創新能力對高階團隊領導能力與新產品績效間的中介效果。
本文根據上市櫃公司及中華徵信5000大之電子業、光電業與半導體產業公司的高階主管為研究對象,共寄出2361份問卷,有效回收279份,回收率為8.48%。本研究實證結果發現: (1)高階管理支持會正向影響雙元創新能力;(2)高階團隊行為整合會正向影響雙元創新能力;(3)高階團隊多樣性會正向影響雙元創新能力;(4)雙元創新能力會正向影響新產品績效;(5)雙元創新能力在高階團隊領導能力與新產品績效間具有完全中介效果。最後,本研究根據實證結果提出研究結論、實務與理論意涵,以及研究限制與未來研究建議。
Ambidexterity theory and upper-echelon theory are applied in this study to discuss influences of top management team leadership (top management championship, top management team behavioral integration and team diversity) on ambidexterity and effectiveness of new products. The study further expounds on influences of slack resources and ambidextrous organizations on ambidexterity and effectiveness of new products. Ambidexterity has mediation effect on top management team leadership on new products performance.
Subjects selected in this study are high-profile managers in larger-scale listed electronic, optoelectronic and semi-conductor companies. 279 valid questionnaires are collected. The following are findings by empirical research: 1). Top management championship has positive influence on ambidexterity. 2). Top management team behavioral integration has positive influence on ambidexterity. 3). Top management team diversity has positive influence on ambidexterity. 4). Ambidexterity has positive influence on effectiveness of new products. 5). Ambidexterity has full mediation effect on top management team leadership on new products performance. In the end, study conclusions, theoretical and practical implications, limitations of this study and suggestions for future research are proposed based on empirical findings.
論文及格證明書....i
摘要....i
Abstract....iii
誌謝....iv
目錄....v
表目錄....vii
圖目錄....ix
第壹章 緒論....1
1.1 研究背景與動機....1
1.2 研究目的....3
1.3 研究流程....4
1.4 論文結構....5
第貳章、文獻探討....6
2.1 高階管理團隊理論....6
2.2 雙元創新能力....12
2.5 新產品績效....25
2.6 研究假設....30
第參章、研究方法....39
3.1 研究架構....39
3.2 各構面因素之操作性定義與衡量....40
3.3 研究設計....46
3.4 資料分析方法....50
第肆章 資料分析與實證研究....53
4.1 一般敘述統計....53
4.2 樣本回收與樣本特性....57
4.3 同源分析與無反應分析....59
4.4 因素分析、信度與效度....63
4.5 相關迴歸分析之檢定....73
4.6 中介效果之檢定分析....81
4.7 干擾作用檢定....88
4.8 總結....96
第伍章、結論與建議....97
5.1 研究結論....98
5.2 理論意涵....101
5.3 實務意涵....103
5.4 研究限制....104
5.5 後續研究建議與方向....105
中文文獻....106
英文文獻....108
附錄一 前測問卷....125
附錄二 正式問卷....129
附錄三 本研究所有相關係數矩陣....133
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