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URN etd-0725103-121943
Author Ching-I Hsieh
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2002
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The effect of perceptions of organizational politics on organizational commitment,
job performance, and organizational citizenship behavior ─ comparison and
analysis between public and private enterprises members
Date of Defense 2003-06-27
Page Count 83
Keyword
  • organizational commitment
  • job performance
  • public and private enterprises
  • perceptions of organizational politics
  • organizational citizenship behavior
  • Abstract In the process which organization creates value, because of blurred target, limited
    resources, environmental change, non-procedure decision making, members’
    personality, values, difference of perception, and selfish nature of mankind, individuals
    hunt for benefits and pile up resources to create more power and effect, and then
    political behavior of organization was born. But on the other side, some people think that
    political behavior is effective management. So when organization members have
    perception on political behavior, the behavior and attitude will make influence on
    organization.
    This research tries to compare and analyze the relationship and effect of
    perceptions of organizational politics on organizational commitment, job performance,
    and organizational citizenship behavior between public and private enterprises members.
    The research objects include government organization, armed forces, national business,
    teaching and administrative staff, service trade, manufacturing industry, finance
    business, science and technology business. The number of questionnaires we mailed to
    research objects was 1,459. The number of valid questionnaires was 1,187, including to
    the publicly-owned business (384) and the private enterprise (803).
    The results of research are as follows:
    (1) The political perceptions of public and private enterprises members and
    organizational commitment have significant negative correlation. The related degree in
    publicly-owned business is higher than private enterprise. The supervisor behavior
    (independent variable) influences political perceptions most. And the affective
    commitment (dependent variable) explains most.
    (2) The perceptions of organizational politics and job performance for
    publicly-owned business members have non-significant negative correlation. The
    perceptions of organizational politics and job performance for private enterprise
    members have significant negative correlation. The pay and promotion policies influence
    most. The contextual performance explains most.
    (3) The perceptions of organizational politics and organizational citizenship
    behavior for public and private enterprises members have significant negative
    correlation. The related degree in private enterprise is higher than publicly-owned
    business. The independent variable in publicly-owned business, go along to get ahead
    influences political perceptions most. The independent variable in private enterprise, pay
    and promotion policies influence political perceptions most. Both about the dependent
    variables can explain organizational public-profit behavior most.
    Advisory Committee
  • Shyh-Jer Chen - chair
  • Chin-King Jen - co-chair
  • Chin-Ming Ho - advisor
  • Files
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    Date of Submission 2003-07-25

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