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URN etd-0804106-173719
Author Huei-Yu Huang
Author's Email Address juliahuang@amci.com.tw
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2005
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The Shocks and Difficulties of Young Managers in the Organizations
Date of Defense 2006-06-11
Page Count 89
Keyword
  • behaviors of the young managers
  • young managers
  • shocks and difficulties
  • behaviors of the organizations
  • Abstract The Shocks and Difficulties of
    Young Managers in the Organizations
    Abstract
    Younger Organizations and Younger Managers are the trend in the world. The
    topic of Young Managers is also popular among people’s talking, but there is no
    academic study about the related issue in Taiwan. This is an exploratory study,
    based on literatures to develop the questionnaires for quantitative studies.
    The targets of this study are 121 young managers who are 35-year-old below and
    supervise at least 2 direct report staffs. The data was analyzed by applying statistical
    methods, i.e., factor analysis, one-way ANOVA, descriptive statistics analysis, and
    correlation analysis. The purpose of the study is to find out the shocks and
    difficulties of young managers in the organizations, the relation of individual factors
    with the shocks and difficulties, the relations of “the behaviors of the organizations”
    with the shocks and difficulties, as well as the relations of “the behaviors of young
    managers” with the shocks and difficulties.
    Many important findings of this study are as below: Majority of young
    managers face the shocks and difficulties of “Up & Peers Management”, and
    sequently is “Down Management”, “Professionalism & Authority be challenged”, and
    “People Management & Leadership”. This study also found young managers in
    local companies have more difficulties in “Down Management”, “People
    Management & Leadership”, and “Professionalism and Authority be challenged” then
    those who are working in foreign companies. Female young managers have more
    difficulties in “Down Management” than males. Those young managers have been
    working with current supervisors for 1 ~ 3 years have more difficulties in “People
    Management & Leadership” than those for over three years and below one year.
    Young Managers with over 10 years of working experience have less difficulty in
    “People Management & Leadership” than those below 10 years of working
    experience. Young managers have more difficulties in “Down Management” on
    staffs of college or lower education level than on those of university or graduate
    school. No matter what individual backgrounds or conditions the young managers
    have, their difficulties in “Up & Peers Management” are the same.
    This study also found that if the organizations get the young managers involved
    in top management strategy will increase the young managers’ difficulties in “Down
    Management” and “Up & Peers Management”. If the organizations do too much job
    arrangement (e.g. workload, degree of working difficulty, and level of reporting line),
    it will increase the young managers’ difficulties in “Down Management” and “People
    Management & Leadership”. This study also found when young managers
    purposely build up their authority and professional image, their difficulties in “Down
    Management”, “People Management & Leadership”, “Authority & Professionalism
    be challenged”, and “Up & Peers Management” are increasing. And if young
    managers manipulate power game too much, it will increase their difficulties in
    “People Management & Leadership”. This study also found it is great helpful for
    “People Management & Leadership” if young managers can keep their physical in
    good condition and keep their information updated with the world and the market.
    Key words: young managers, shocks and difficulties,
    behaviors of the organizations, behaviors of the young managers.
    Advisory Committee
  • Liang-Chih Huang - chair
  • Shyh-jer Chen - co-chair
  • Jin-Feng Uen - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2006-08-04

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