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Author Chen-Pin Huang
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Department Engineering Management, College of Engineering
Year 2014 Semester 1
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 77
Title THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS OF ELECTRONIC COMPANIES
Keyword
  • Professionalism & Openness.
  • Organization Culture
  • Job Performance
  • electronics industry
  • electronics industry
  • Job Performance
  • Organization Culture
  • Professionalism & Openness.
  • Abstract Globalization is essential for the development of enterprises. Work team in different departments is composed of employees with different background and characters. Under such circumstance, each department may develop its own organizational culture. These organizational cultures should be directed toward the same goal to have a positive influence in performance.
    This study aims to explore how different organizational culture in different departments affects job performance. According to the literature, organization culture can be divided into eight aspects: "Professionalism & Openness", "Innovation", "Initiative learning", "Experience Sharing", "Cooperation", "Relationship & Harmony", "Trust & Autonomy" and "Information Providing". Job performance can be divided into "Task Performance" and "Contextual Performance", which are with mutual association.
    The author surveyed employees of different departments of electronic companies to study the effects of organizational culture on job performance in different departments. The results showed that "professionalism and openness" was closely related to the job performance.
    Advisor Committee
  • Yung-Jen Lin - advisor
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    Date of Defense 2015-01-17 Date of Submission 2015-02-15


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