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Student Number 984307001
Author Hui-Chun Peng(彭慧純)
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Department Executive Master of Human Resource Management
Year 2010
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The Relationship Between Human Resource Competencies, Work Motivation, and Individual Job Peformance
Date of Defense 2011-06-30
Page Count 48
Keyword
  • human resource competency
  • human resource professional
  • job performance
  • work motivation
  • Abstract The major purpose of this study is to understand the effect of Human Resource Professional Competencies and Work Motivation to Individual Job Performance. The human resource professional competencies include business knowledge, functional human resource expertise, strategic human resource expertise, communication & negotiation, human resource diagnosis & counseling, and self-development, and the work motivation includes intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation. It is not only to understand the effects from these factors but also to know the interaction no matter the competencies or the motivation to be as the moderator of the relationship between the other and job performance. 
    The methodology of this study is to survey around the human resource professionals in Taiwan. The questionnaire is spread by both on-line survey system and paper sheets. It is divided into two parts: one is designed for human resource professionals to self-assess their competencies and work motivations, and the other is for their supervisors to rate their job performance. Finally, we analyze the data by linear regression statistics.
    The results of this study indicate that professional competencies correlate positively with job performance, especially the “self-development” and “business knowledge” correlate highly positively. The work motivation also correlates positively with job performance, and the intrinsic motivation correlates highly positively. However, there is no correlation between extrinsic motivation and job performance. Generally speaking, the professional competencies affect the job performance more than work motivation. The interaction between professional competencies and work motivation to job performance exist partially.
    Therefore, business knowledge, self-development, and intrinsic motivation are important factor for human resource professionals’ job performance. It is recommended to recruit talents with such specialties, and to provide training to increase their business knowledge and strategic human resource expertise. Besides, a flexible job design and challenging tasks can also promote their job performance.
    Table of Content 中文摘要     i
    Abstract     ii
    謝 誌     iv
    目 錄     v
    圖 目 錄     vi
    表 目 錄     vii
    第一章 緒論    1
    第一節 研究動機     1
    第二節 研究目的     3
    第二章 文獻探討     5
    第一節 人力資源專業職能的定義及其與績效的關係    5
    第二節 工作動機的定義及其與工作績效的關係   9
    第三節 職能、工作動機的調節效果   11
    第三章 研究方法     14
    第一節 研究架構    14
    第二節 研究對象與施測方式    15
    第三節 研究工具    15
    第四章 研究結果     19
    第一節 敘述性統計分析與各變項相關分析   19
    第二節 人力資源專業職能與工作績效的關係   22
    第三節 人力資源專業人員之工作動機對工作績效的影響   23
    第四節 人力資源專業職能與工作動機對個人績效的影響比較  24
    第五節 人力資源專業職能、工作動機與個人績效之交互作用關係   25
    第五章 結論與討論建議   36
    第一節 研究結論與討論     36
    第二節 管理意涵    39
    第三節 研究限制與未來研究建議   40
    參考文獻     41
    附 錄 一     46
    1 工作動機量表    46
    2 人力資源專業職能量表     47
    3 工作績效量表    48
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  • Wen-Jeng Lin(林文政)
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    Date of Submission 2011-07-16

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