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URN etd-0014118-110840
Author Tzu-Kuan Wang
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2017
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language English
Title A Multilevel Analysis to Explore the Mediation Effect of Manager’s Ambidexterity between High-Performance Work System and Their Individual Innovation Behaviors
Date of Defense 2018-01-08
Page Count 80
Keyword
  • High-Performance Work System
  • HPWS
  • Manager’s Ambidexterity
  • Individual Innovation Behaviors
  • Abstract Under the background of globalization and the mobile environment nowadays, the competition are more intense. Therefore, in order to stay competitive and to be sustainable, innovation has become the assignable issue for corporates. One of the core concepts of innovation is people, the goal of innovation is reached through individual innovative behaviors. Along with this, managers within business are of no negligence since they hold a great influence to both the business and employees. Other than that, HPWS has been seen as an integrated HR practices that has been widely discussed over the past.
    Thus, how can corporates reach the goal of innovation through manager’s innovative behaviors that is caused by effective HR practices is critical. In sight of this, this study presents a comprehensive examination of the effect that HPWS holds toward manager’s innovative behaviors, and also the mediating effect of manager’s ambidexterity.
    This study adopted hierarchical linear model regression analysis and the results indicated that our hypotheses are valid. In sum, this study exposes:
    1. HPWS holds a positive and significant effect to manager’s innovative behavior.
    2. HPWS holds a positive and significant effect to manager’s ambidexterity
    3. Manager’s ambidexterity holds a positive and significant effect on a manager’s
    innovative behavior.
    4. Manager’s ambidexterity has a partially mediating effect between HPWS and manager’s innovative behavior.
    Advisory Committee
  • Liang-Chih Huang - chair
  • Shen-Chen Chang - co-chair
  • Jin-Feng Uen - advisor
  • Shyh-Jer Chen - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2018-01-14

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