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研究生:林昭宏
論文名稱:交融記憶系統、資訊精緻化與團隊創新-任務衝突、賦權領導及情感氛圍的調節效果
論文名稱(外文):Transactive Memory Systems, Information Elaboration and Team Innovation: The Moderating Effects of Task Conflict, Empowerment Leadership and Affective Tone
指導教授:黃家齊黃家齊引用關係
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立政治大學
系所名稱:企業管理研究所
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:102
語文別:中文
論文頁數:77
中文關鍵詞:交融記憶系統資訊精緻化團隊創新任務衝突賦權領導情感氛圍
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  時下企業使用團隊以促進創新的方式非常普遍,藉由成員背景的多元性發展出更多可行的新創方案,然而在團隊的專業分工模式下,團隊成員如何快速地瞭解其他成員的專長,並相互配合、協調,高效率地完成任務要求,成為重要的探討議題。團隊成員熟悉團隊內各種技能與知識的分布,並且信任其他成員的專業,彼此溝通協調,此現象稱為交融記憶系統,本研究以真實企業中的團隊為研究對象,且以從事研發或行銷等創意發想工作的團隊為主,探討交融記憶系統與團隊創新之間的關聯。另外,團隊成員對於任務資訊的交流與整合稱為資訊精緻化,本研究也探討資訊精緻化行為是否在兩變項之間擔任中介效果的角色。在交融記憶系統、資訊精緻化與團隊創新的主效果之外,本研究也好奇任務衝突、賦權領導及正、負向情感氛圍是否於其間具有調節效果。

  本研究共蒐集到70組研發團隊共334位團隊成員作為研究樣本,經過信、效度分析、配適度檢定、趨同性分析、相關分析及層級迴歸分析之後,得出之研究結果顯示交融記憶系統與資訊精緻化之間存在顯著正向關係。任務衝突、賦權領導與正向情感氛圍各自與資訊精緻化之間具有顯著正向關係,而賦權領導對於交融記憶系統與資訊精緻化之間之正向關係具有顯著正向調節效果。另外,任務衝突對於交融記憶系統與資訊精緻化之間之正向關係具有顯著負向調節效果,而賦權領導對於交融記憶系統與團隊創新之間之正向關係具有顯著負向調節效果,此兩者與原假設之調節方向相反。

謝辭......i
摘要......ii
Abstract......iii
目錄......v
表目錄......vi
圖目錄......vii
第壹章 緒論......1
第一節 研究背景與動機......1
第二節 研究目的......4
第貳章 文獻探討與假設推演......5
第一節 交融記憶系統......5
第二節 交融記憶系統與團隊創新......9
第三節 資訊精緻化的中介效果......11
第四節 任務衝突、賦權領導與情感氛圍......13
第五節 研究架構與研究假設整理......19
第參章 研究方法......21
第一節 研究設計......21
第二節 資料分析程序......30
第三節 研究變項衡量......31
第四節 團隊資料整合......38
第肆章 資料分析與結果......40
第一節 相關分析......40
第二節 層級迴歸分析......42
第三節 研究假設驗證......47
第伍章 研究限制與未來研究建議......48
第一節 研究結果與討論......48
第二節 理論與實務意涵......51
第三節 研究限制與未來研究建議......53
參考文獻......56
附錄一 問卷施測辦法與公司基本資料......69
附錄二 團隊成員調查問卷......71
附錄三 團隊主管調查問卷......75
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