This study is mainly to understand the correlation between organization trust and the will of sharing knowledge in the military instructors of the senior and vocational high schools in the New Taipei City. Besides the analysis to the related literature review, the main method resorts to questionnaire survey, focusing on the military instructors of the senior and vocational high schools in the New Taipei City. There are 262 copies with the effective 214 copies.
In this research, the quantity survey table is adopted, which focuses on this thesis issue. The resources of the questionnaires are processed and analyzed according to descriptive statistics analysis, mean, standard deviation, reliability
analysis, factor analysis, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson＇ analysis. The result is concluded as follows:
1. As a whole, the degree of the organization trust falls on middle high. Among them, the trust to colleagues is the highest; the trusts to administrative chiefs and the military organizations are relatively low.
2. The degree of the will of sharing knowledge falls on middle high. Among them, the will of sharing personal internal knowledge is relatively high; the degree to promote others＇ learning motives is relatively low.
3. For variables in organization trust in different backgrounds, the differences are not prominent except in education degrees and servicing schools.
4. For variables in the will of sharing knowledge in different backgrounds, the differences are not prominent except different in serving duties.
5. In the table of organization trust, the framework of “the trust to chiefs＂, “the trust to colleagues＂, “the trust to military organizations＂, is middle high proportional to the framework of “sharing personal internal knowledge＂, and “promoting others＇ learning motives＂ in the table of the will of sharing knowledge. As a whole, the organizational trust in the military instructors of the senior and vocational high schools in the New Taipei City can be explained as the will of sharing knowledge, and among them, “the trust to colleagues＂ is relatively high correlated.
6. Organizational trust for the military instructors in New Taipei City can effectively predict the will to share knowledge. It means that organizational trust has a prominent effect on the will of sharing knowledge. The higher trust the military instructors have to the organization, the higher will they would have to share knowledge. As to the degrees to organizational trust, the trust to colleagues has more prominent effect, and then to the military training organizations, and then the trust to the executive chiefs. The explanations for those reasons are as the same sequence.
At last, the tangible results found according this study will be suggested to the military training education authorities, the military training chiefs in schools and military training instructors for their referential researches.