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|Other Titles: ||Relationships among employees' perception of leadership style, organizational commitments and attitudes toward organizational changes after the reorganization of five city branches in Chunghwa Telecom|
|Authors: ||蔡志民;Tsai, Chih-Min|
王居卿;李芸蕙;Wang, Chu-Ching;Lee, Yun-Huei
|Keywords: ||領導風格;組織承諾;組織變革態度;Leadership Style;Organizational Commitments;Attitudes towards Organizational changes|
|Issue Date: ||2011-12-28 18:20:39 (UTC+8)|
Under the influences of globalization and liberalization, enterprises have to adjust their resources and capabilities efficiently to carry out strategic transformation to build up foundations for survival and development. Through organizational adjustments or structural changes, enterprises can create new operational models which can adopt to future needs to maintain their competitiveness.
This study used the employees of Chunghwa Telecom branches located in the five new metropolitan areas as the objects. Questionnaires were used to investigate the relationships among leadership style, organizational commitments, and attitudes towards organizational changes. Aspects of transformational leadership, transactional leadership, value commitments, effort commitments, job retaining commitments, and supporting or doubting organizational changes were evaluated. The results were based on the following studies: the influences of supervisors’ leadership styles on the employees’ organizational commitments; the influences of employees’ organizational commitments on their attitudes towards organizational changes; and the variation among employees with different natures relating to the influences of leadership style, organizational commitments, and attitudes towards organizational changes.
1.There was a medium relation among leadership style, organizational commitments, and attitude towards organizational changes.
2.Different leadership styles showed different influences to employees’ organizational commitments.
3.The employees’ organizational commitments had a significant positive influence on supporting attitudes towards the organizational changes.
4.The democratic variables varied in leadership style, organizational commitments, and attitudes towards organizational changes.
|Appears in Collections:||[Graduate Institute & Department of Business Administration] Thesis|
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