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    Title: The Research of Leaders' Skills, Organizational Transformation, Coping Strategies of Financial Crisis, Corporate Social Responsibility, Organizational Well-Being on Organizational Performance
    Authors: Wei, Ching-Chiu
    Chang, Yueloong
    Contributors: 心理系
    Date: 2018-07
    Issue Date: 2018-10-17 14:57:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study was based on Sternberg's WICS leadership skill model and used questionnaires to collect data, with verification of validity and
    reliability, total 567 samples from different industries. The regression analysis results showed, the variance of organizational performance
    (OP) predicted by, in order of organizational transformation (OT), corporate social responsibility (CSR), organizational well-being (OWB),
    coping strategies of financial crisis (CSFC), leaders' skill (LS), etc. (R² = .573). Further, the impact of OT subscale on OP variance, in order
    of mental model, strategic vision, and organizational leadership, etc. (R²= .537); the impact of CSR subscale on OP variance, in order of
    economic responsibilities, legal responsibilities, philanthropic responsibilities, and ethical responsibilities, etc. (R² = .497); the impact of
    OWB subscale on OP variance, in order of interpersonal support, learning and development, compensation and benefit, etc. (R² = .434);
    the impact of CSFC subscale on OP variance, in order of build health constitution, blue ocean strategy, and cost value, etc. (R² = .434); the
    impact of LS subscale on OP variance, in order of leaders' wisdom, leaders' practical intelligence, and leaders' analytic intelligence, etc.
    (R² = .419). Overall, the contribution of this study is that the strongest and most significant impact factors of OP, are OT, CSR, OWB, CSFC,
    LS, accordingly. The findings are worth that brings much attention for government and entrepreneurs. Finally, the value of this study will
    be included “integration and innovation of theories” and “practical applications of organization”.
    Relation: The European Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences, IAFOR , July 3-4, 2018, Brighton, UK
    July 4, 2018, 14:00-14:30 Wednesday Session II : Industrial Organization and Organization Theory
    Data Type: conference
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