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    Title: 影響隱性知識分享因素之探討 : 以出版業個案為例
    Other Titles: A study of tacit knowledge sharing-the case of the publishing industry
    Authors: 陳泳澐;Chen, Yung-Yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學會計學系碩士在職專班
    林谷峻;Lin, Ku-Jun
    Keywords: 知識分享;隱性知識;個人層次;組織文化;團隊層次;工作績效;knowledge sharing;Tacit Knowledge;Individual Dimensions;Organizational Culture;Team Dimensions;job performance
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 11:29:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討影響隱性知識分享之因素,由於顯少有以出版業之角度來做探討,因此本研究以出版業做為研究對象,期能提供給企業及後續研究者之參考。
    The purpose of the study was to investigate tacit knowledge sharing. However, few publishing industries’ position is investigated. Therefore,
    this study aims to investigate the internal employees in the publishing industry. Finally, it is expected that the research can be available to the enterprises and the future study.
    After determining the research motivation, developing research aspects and research purposes, I have collated and analyzed the relevant literatures, than established the framework and hypotheses of this study in accordance with its theoretical foundation. In the study, the staffs selected in the publishing industry are asked to fill in the survey. Overall, a total of 155 questionnaires issued. To be more precise,143 questionnaires were available in use. The effective recovery rate is 92.26 percent. The descriptive statistics, factor analysis, reliability analysis and regression analysis were by SPSS. After the empirical research, the findings as follows:
    1.Individual dimension in self-efficacy has significant impact on the task performance.
    2.Individual in trust and self-efficacy have significant impact on the contextual performance.
    3.Organization culture in procedural justice has significant impact on the task performance.
    4.Organization culture in procedural justice has significant impact on the contextual performance.
    5.Team dimension in network centrality and social solidarity of social network have significant impact on the task performance.
    6.Team dimension in network centrality of social network and supervisor support have significant impact on the contextual performance.
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