團隊水平的領導-部屬交換與團隊績效的關係 : 關係衝突、團隊-部屬交換和團隊反思的中介作用

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團隊水平的領導-部屬交換與團隊績效的關係 : 關係衝突、團隊-部屬交換和團隊反思的中介作用

 

Author: 楊曉范
Yang, Xiaofan
Title: 團隊水平的領導-部屬交換與團隊績效的關係 : 關係衝突、團隊-部屬交換和團隊反思的中介作用
Tuan dui shui ping de ling dao - bu shu jiao huan yu tuan dui ji xiao de guan xi : guan xi chong tu, tuan dui - bu shu jiao huan he tuan dui fan si de zhong jie zuo yong
Almx and team performance : relational conflict, team-member exchange and team reflection as a mediator
Degree: D.Mgt.
Year: 2008
Subject: Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertations.
Teams in the workplace.
Department: Graduate School of Business
Pages: viii, 98 leaves ; 30 cm.
Language: Chinese
InnoPac Record: http://library.polyu.edu.hk/record=b2291152
URI: http://theses.lib.polyu.edu.hk/handle/200/3617
Abstract: This study examines whether team-level leader-member exchange(ALMX) affect team performance and team innovation and whether team-level team-member exchange(ATMX), relational conflict, team reflection can mediate the effect of ALMX on team performance and team innovation. One hundred and forty-eight teams from Beijing mobile company and a telecommunications equipment company in Shenzhen participated this study. Results of a series of correlation analysis, reliability and comformatary factor analysis and structural formulation analysis show that ALMX is positive related to team innovaton and ATMX, relational conflict, team reflection can mediate their relationship by two steps. Specially, relational conflict and ATMX fully mediate the influence of ALMX on team reflection; whereas the team reflection fully mediates the influences of ATMX on team innovation. ATMX is positively related to team reflection and the later related to team innocation positively too. Relational conflict has an indirect effect on team innovation through team reflection. Relational-conflict is negatively related to team reflection and the later related to team innovation positively. Implications for LMX theory and team process and dirction for future research and application are discussed and recommendations proposed.

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