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URN etd-1026111-115008
Author I-lun Kuo
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2011
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study of the Perceptions of Organizational Politics on the Impact of Job Performance:The Analysis for Mediating Effects of Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction
Date of Defense 2011-10-03
Page Count 144
Keyword
  • organizational commitment
  • job performance
  • perceptions of organizational politics
  • structural equation modeling
  • job satisfaction
  • Abstract This investigation is followed Ferris et al. (2002) proposed revised modeling of organizational politics perceptions, and based on structural equation modeling to study the relationship between perceptions of organizational politics and job performance, and the relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Further research whether the perception of organizational politics influence job performance by the mediating effects of organizational commitment and job satisfaction.
     
       A survey research is conducted using the analysis data of Professor, Mr. Chin-Ming Ho research group of perceptions of organizational politics in 2008. After evidence-based results, the findings are as follows:
    1. Perceptions of organizational politics has no significant effect three dimensions,
    "general political behavior", "going along and getting ahead", "the difference
    between politics and practices", of job performance .
    2. Perceptions of organizational politics has no significant effect on "general political
    behavior" of organizational commitment, but has negative effect on "going along and getting ahead" and "the difference between politics and practices".
    3. Perceptions of organizational politics has significant negative effect on job  
    satisfaction.
    4. Organizational commitment has positive impact on job performance.
    5. Job satisfaction has positive impact on job performance.
    6. Organizational commitment and job satisfaction are the intervening variables for 
    perceptions of organizational politics and job performance.
    Advisory Committee
  • Yung-Chuan Wang  - chair
  • Jie-Tsuen Huang  - co-chair
  • Chin-Ming Ho  - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2011-10-26

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