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    Title: 專業能力與角色期望對專案成功之影響 : 以組織承諾為干擾變數
    Other Titles: The influence of professional competence and role expectation on project success : the moderating effect of organizational commitment
    Authors: 洪萱蓓;Hung, Hsuan-Pei
    Contributors: 淡江大學企業管理學系碩士在職專班
    黃曼琴;Huang, Man-Chin
    Keywords: 專業能力;角色期望;組織承諾;專案成功;Professional Competence;Role Expectation;Organizational Commitment;Project Success
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:21:08 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 組織在高度競爭的商業環境,莫不或多或少地面臨內外在環境的變遷與挑戰。為了安然渡過這些挑戰,勢必透過推動內部的改革或流程改善,藉以因應世界變革洪流所帶來的衝擊。組織因考量內部有限的資源及時間限制,多以組成專案團隊的方式,來完成這些臨時而非常態性的任務。本研究透過256份樣本,藉以探討在內部管理專案中,其專案成員的專業能力、自我角色期望是否會對其專案成功造成影響,並探討組織承諾是否為專業能力對專案成功及角色期望對專案成功的干擾變數。
    It is inevitable for any organization to encounter internal as well as external changes and challenges in a highly competitive commercial environment. In order to respond to the impacts and to overcome the challenges brought forth by the wave of changes throughout the world, an organization must be able to consistently reform and improve its internal procedures. Due to concerns regarding limited resources and time, most organizations choose to assemble project teams to accomplish ad-hoc yet nonrecurring tasks. This paper studied 256 samples to determine whether projected members'' professional competence and role expectations contribute to project success, and whether organizational commitment provides a moderating effect on professional competence to project success, and on role expectation to project success.
    The study indicated that: 1. Team members'' professional competence has partially significant influence over project success; the higher the professional competence and organizational commitment, the higher probability of project success. 2. Team members'' role expectations have significant influence over project success. 3. Organizational commitment provides no moderating effects on professional competence towards project success. 4. Organizational commitment can provide significant moderating effects on team members'' role expectations toward project success. 5. Certain demographic factors contribute significant differences toward team members'' professional competence, role expectation, organizational commitment, and project success.
    Based on the results of this study, it is recommended that internal project members consist primarily of managerial and administrative staff who are highly committed to the organization, married, aged 36~45, and possess Doctoral or Master’s degrees. If there is no perfect fit, suitable projected members may still be filtered according to analysis results.
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