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Title
中小企業技術創業團隊認同轉化過程之研究--以F公司為例
The Identity Transformation of Technological entrepreneurial team—a F Company Case
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Department
畢業學年期
Year, semester
語文別
Language
學位類別
Degree
頁數
Number of pages
75
研究生
Author
指導教授
Advisor
召集委員
Convenor
口試委員
Advisory Committee
口試日期
Date of Exam
2004-07-15
繳交日期
Date of Submission
2004-09-13
關鍵字
Keywords
技術創業團隊、組織認同、認同轉化
identity transformation, technological entrepreneurial team, organizational identity
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中文摘要
本研究主要探討創業過程中團隊認同的概念,而為了有效且細緻地描述其形成與變化的過程,本研究採單一個案研究法,選擇了一家南部發跡的電子製造業(內文稱F公司),作為我研究的對象。
本研究最主要是透過人員訪談的方式蒐集資料,其中正式訪談共17小時,非正式訪談10小時,電訪則有2小時,共計花費29小時;除了以訪談蒐集一手資料外,次級資料也是本研究重要的資料來源與參考依據。
為了比較此技術創業團隊認同在創業前後的變化,本研究自訪談資料中發展了團隊認同的三個範疇—工作、學習與互動,並試著將形成此一團隊認同(team identity)與發生轉化的原因提出分析與說明。歷經將近一年的觀察與資料蒐集後,本研究的發現與結論如下:
一、本研究發現在團隊創業的模式中,初期有技術團隊認同(group identity)的存在,將有助於創業行為的驅動。其形成的機制,在於團體成員的「自我選擇」(self-selection)行為,使團體成員的思維或行為表徵具有高度的一致性。
二、隨著不同情境的變化與自我調適過程等因素,技術團隊認同會逐漸發生轉化。
三、創業中技術團隊認同轉化成組織認同,使得技術團隊的界限愈來愈不明顯,個案中也發現:新創事業能否形成認同將是獲利的關鍵。
四、在團隊認同轉化的過程中,管理行為與機制(如結構調整、制度的建立等)扮演了重要的角色,目的在於有效調控團隊認同的轉化過程,讓組織在未來能更具有彈性、自主性地因應複雜的環境。
Abstract
The concept of the team identity transformation in entrepreneurial process was addressed in this thesis. In order to effectively and delicately descript the formation and transformation process of the team identity, Qualitative research and single case method were explored that an electronic component manufacturer (thereafter called F company) in Kaohsiung was chosen.
I collect the first-hand data not only by interviewing with interviewees but emailing or talking via phone. In aspects of interview, formal interviews took 17hours, informal interviews took about 10hours and 2 hours was used to get data via telephone communication. Except for first-hand data, we collect the secondary data as well.
With comparison on differences of technological team identity(ies) between in and after business creation, three categories grounded on interviews was developed, including think、work and learn. Based on these, we would try to analyze the reasons of transformation. After almost year of observation and data collection, I conclude these below:
1、There is existence of technological team identity in initial stage of entrepreneurship and this will be beneficial to drive the entrepreneurship. The mechanism of formation is how to pick up the members to make them highly consistent in thinking and behaviors.
2、As changes of contexts and self adaptation, the technological team identity would be transformed as the figure6.1 shown.
3、I found that the team identity would transform into organizational identity, and that would make the border between technological team and the other groups more and more unspecific.
4、In the process of team transformation, managerial action and machismo play an important roles to harness how the process goes to make the organization more flexible and actively response to the complex environments.
目次 Table of Contents
目錄 1
圖表目錄 4
第一章 前言 5
第二章 文獻探討 6
第一節 認同之文獻探討 7
第二節 創業研究的回顧 11
第三節 創業的研究缺口 18
第三章 研究方法 20
第一節 質性研究 20
第二節 研究場景 21
第三節 資料收集 21
第四節 資料分析 23
第四章 個案公司簡介 25
第一節F公司的介紹 25
第二節 公司成長大事紀 25
第三節 產業特性 26
第五章 研究發現與討論 28
第一節 先行情境 29
第二節 技術創業團隊認同的形成 30
第三節 團隊認同形成原因之分析 39
第四節 技術創業團隊認的轉化過程 40
第五節 認同轉化原因分析 62
第六章 結論與建議 67
第一節 結論 67
第二節 建議 68
參考文獻 69
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