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    Title: 員工認知企業分割效益、企業文化與組織認同關係之研究 : 以組織學習為中介變數
    Other Titles: Study of employee's perception of corporate spin-off, corporate culture and organizational commitment : the mediating effect of organizational learning
    Authors: 周芸麗;Chou, Yun-Li
    Contributors: 淡江大學企業管理學系碩士在職專班
    黃曼琴;Huang, Man-Chin
    Keywords: 企業分割;組織分割;公司分割;企業文化;組織學習;組織認同;Corporate spin-off;Corporate Culture;Organizational Learning;Organizational Commitment
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 14:03:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在全球經濟快速變化下,為達成永續經營更具競爭力,企業變革以成為組織前進的必要方法之一,在政府法令修正的下,企業分割方式已在各企業間執行。本研究指在探討企業進行企業分割時除了以企業財務考量為出發,同時也能重視員工心理及行為層面,透過組織學習行為提昇藉以增進企業變革績效,並提供企業界實務上的應用參考與建議。
    To maintain competitiveness under rapid change of global economy, corporate reform is necessary in organizational advancement. Corporate spin-off methods have been executed in numerous enterprises since law amendment. This paper wishes to emphasize not financial consideration but employees’ psychological and behavioral aspects when it comes to corporate spin-off, increase the effectiveness of corporate reform through organizational learning, and provide practical references for corporations.
    The subjects of this study are employees who have worked for spin-off companies. The researcher used convenience sampling to conduct this study, using both online questionnaires and paper questionnaires. 170 valid questionnaires were recovered and analyzed by software SPSS version 19.0. Hierarchical regression analysis was used to test hypotheses.
    The results of the research can be summed up as follows:
    1.In different demographic variables, “listed company”, “job category”, “seniority” and “age” have significant influences on organizational commitment.
    2.The employees’ awareness on efficiency of corporate spin-off after the reform has a positive influence on organizational learning.
    3.The employees’ awareness on corporate culture after the corporate spin-off reform has a positive influence on organizational learning.
    4.Employee’s organizational learning after the corporate spin-off reform has a positive influence on organizational commitment.
    5.Employees’ awareness on corporate culture after corporate spin-off influences organizational commitment when organizational learning serves as an intervening variable.
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