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研究生(外文):Ren-Gih Hsieh
論文名稱(外文):Exploratory research on facilitating high-reliability organizations with knowledge-intensive professional gigs
指導教授(外文):Ming-Hone Tsai
外文關鍵詞:High-reliability organizationProfessional knowledge-based gigOrganizational transmutation contextGrounded theory
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With the advanced technology and globalization, the social competition is increasingly relying on professional knowledge. The enterprise organizations pay more attention in speed and reliability to build their competitive advantage. Therefore, the organizations must establish a faster and higher-reliability organization to cope with the new competitive situation. Professional knowledge-based gigs will play an important role in the process of establishing high-reliability organizations(HRO), and this trend is becoming more and more common.
Nowadays, there is very little research on knowledge-based professional gig in high-reliability organizations. This study takes the functional characteristics of professional knowledge-based gigs as a starting point and establishment of high-reliability organizations as the goal. The grounded theory is used to conduct exploratory research. It mainly extracts the key factors, including the key role of professional knowledge-based gigs, internal and external factors, and government policies. The result of research builds the context of organizational transmutation by in-depth exploration of the relationship between these variable orientations.
This research uses in-depth interviews to collect information and grounded theoretical research methods to analyze. It summarizes three main core modules, 19 main axial coding and 50 open coding. According to the sequence of activities and the relationship of mutual influence, the organizational transmutation context model is developed. Finally, these modules are given new management implications for the activity system. Based on the research results, the organizational transmutation context model is used as a reference basis for the enterprise transmutation strategies, and the power of professional knowledge-based gigs is used to provide the directive improvement of the company's organizational business model.
中文摘要 I
誌謝 III
目錄 IV
圖目錄 VI
表目錄 VI
第壹章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景與動機 2
第二節 零工經濟 2
第三節 研究目的 29
第四節 研究的重要性 30
第五節 論文架構 30
第貳章 文獻探討 31
第一節 在加速競爭條件下對高可靠性組織的需求 31
第二節 贏家全拿前提下的競爭策略 54
第參章 研究方法與設計 63
第一節 研究方法 63
第二節 研究步驟設計與流程 64
第三節 研究對象與樣本 66
第肆章 第一階段與第二階段之主要活動 69
第一節 第一階段主要活動 70
第二節 第二階段主要活動 114
第伍章 輔助階段主要活動 152
第一節 環境脈絡改變 152
第二節 配套加速措施 165
第陸章 結論與建議 169
第一節 研究成果 170
第二節 修煉階段 172
第三節 蛻變階段 173
第四節 輔酶作用 175
第五節 研究限制與建議 177
參考文獻 180
附 錄 193
附錄1:訪談邀請函 193
附錄2:訪談大綱1 194
附錄3:訪談大綱2 195
附錄4:訪談大綱3 197
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