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|Title: ||我國軍事校院人員調動與行政管理效能之研究 : 以國防大學為例|
|Other Titles: ||A study on the personnel transfer and administrative effectiveness in military university in Taiwan : a case study of the National Defense University|
|Authors: ||蔡純益;Tsai, Chun-Yi|
|Keywords: ||軍事校院;國防大學;人員調動;行政管理效能;Military university;National Defense University;personnel transfer;administrative effectiveness.|
|Issue Date: ||2016-01-22 14:44:56 (UTC+8)|
This study mainly aims, via adopting the methods of questionnaire survey and literature review, and by using the National Defense University as a case study, to explore the personnel transfer and administrative effectiveness in military universities in Taiwan.
The main purposes of this study include:
1.To understand the reform, development and current systems of the personnel transfer and administration in military universities in Taiwan.
2.To review the reform, development and the current systems of the personnel transfer and administration the National Defense University.
3.To explore the personnel transfer and administrative effectiveness in the National Defense University, according to the perception of its administrative staff.
4.To analyze the perception of the administrative staff about the related problems faced and corresponding strategies adopted by the National Defense University.
5. To propose useful suggestions, based upon the findings of this study, for the reference of the future reform or improvement of related administrative management and policies in military universities.
A self-designed questionnaire was used as the tool of this study. By surveying all 338 administrative staff (except the president and vice-presidents) in the National Defense University, and, with a response rate of 92.02%, 311 valid questionnaires were collected and analyzed.
The conclusions of this study can be summarized as follows:
1.The educational aims of military universities in Taiwan have been defined and regulated by the Ministry of National Defense, and the transfer of military personnel in military institutions has been controlled and decided by the Ministry, so the “academic autonomy” enjoyed by the military universities has been considerably limited, in comparison with other universities. .
2. The National Defense University (NDU, for short), which has undergone four main stages of organizational reforms since its establishment, has been the major and the most important military educational institute, and in each stage, its administrative system and organizational structure have been reformed in accordance with the changes of the societal environment in Taiwan. However, the transfer of military personnel in the University has been controlled and initiated by the Ministry of National Defense.
3. Most of the administrative staff in the NDU responded positively supportive towards the administrative effectiveness of the University.
4. “The insufficient contact with outsides, especially with other universities” is the most serious problem in the administrative management of the NDU and this accordingly results in the misunderstanding of the public towards military universities, according to the perception of the majority of the respondents.
5.“The willingness of the personnel towards the change or transfer of jobs” is the most demanded reform among the various corresponding strategies, responded by the administrative staff of the NDU..
6. There were significant differences in the attitudes of the respondents towards the administrative effectiveness of the NDU among the respondents with different ranks, statuses, and the experiences of being consulted about the job transfer before the transfer. .
7. There were no significant differences in the attitudes of the respondents towards the administrative effectiveness of the NDU in terms of the respondents’ sex, age, education, years of working, or offices or units of service, etc.
8. There were significant differences in the perception of problems and the corresponding strategies needed in terms of the age, official ranks, and positions of the respondents, etc.
9.There was low positive correlation between the respondents’ evaluation of resources of the university and the degree of seriousness of the problems perceived by the respondents.
10.There was low positive correlation between the respondents’ evaluation of administrative effectiveness of the university and the degree of necessity of the corresponding strategies adopted.
|Appears in Collections:||[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Educational Policy and Leadership] Thesis|
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