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    Title: 內部競賽激勵制度對不同職級員工之影響
    Other Titles: Impact of internal contests on employees of different hierarchies
    Authors: 羅鳳儀;Lo, Feng-Yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學學系企業經營碩士在職專班
    李培齊;Lii, Pei-Chi
    Keywords: 內部競賽;政治行為;激勵;獎酬;職級;Internal Contests;Political Behavior;Inspirational effect;Rewarding System;Organizational Hierarchies
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 14:01:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要探討組織中內部競賽激勵制度在不同職級間產生的關連性及影響情形,研究目的具體歸納為三點,第一點:探討不同職級員工與參與內部競賽動機之關係,第二點:探討獎酬公平與內部競賽的政治行為之關係,第三點:探討內部競賽獎酬與內部競賽激勵效果之關係。
    This study aims to explore the impact of internal contests on employees being at different hierarchies. The purposes of this study are to investigate:
    1. the motivation of employees from different hierarchies to participate internal contests,
    2. the relationship between rewarding systems and internal contests on political behaviors, and
    3. the relationship between rewarding systems and the inspirational effect of internal contests.
    There are 121 valid questionnaires collected to test hypotheses developed in this study. ANOVA and regression analysis are applied to analyze the data. Results are as the followings:
    1. the relationships between intrinsic learning motivation and the multiplicity of rewarding systems for employees in different hierarchies is insignificant.
    2. the relationships between the motivational effect and rewarding systems of internal contests for employees in different hierarchies is insignificant,
    3. the relationship between employees’ perception of fairness to the internal contests and the likelihood of cutting down political behaviors is insignificant, and
    4. the relationship between employees’ awareness to the rewarding systems and the inspirational effect is significant. The likelihood of winning the reward is not a significant moderating variable.

    Two practical implications from this study are suggested:
    1.incentive provided from competitions could create positive inspirational effect to achieve training goals, and
    2.mutual trust would reduce the possibility of engaging political behaviors due to the participation of internal contest.

    This study is also with its limitations; the sample does not contain enough data from upper management level or from different industries. Future studies should consider a more representative sample in order to enhance the generalization possibility. Furthermore, since political behavior is a very subjective and personal evaluation of oneself, future studies might consider to examine the perceived political behaviors of others or apply qualitative studies to explore the issue.

    Key Word:Internal Contests, Political Behavior, Inspirational effect, Rewarding System, Organizational Hierarchies.
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