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An Empirical Research Of The Relationship Between Team Learning And Team Performance Of Basic Organizations Of Rural Areas Based On Team Theory

Posted on:2016-09-03Degree:DoctorType:Dissertation
Country:ChinaCandidate:C C XiaoFull Text:PDF
GTID:1226330482460637Subject:Agricultural Economics and Management
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The Village Party Committee and Villagers Committee, basic community in our rural areas China, act as links between Party or Government and the public peasants, could be also an object for the research of promoting team management level.Team Learning refers to a progress of conduct for the two village committees’ members to realize organization objective, inter-coopration, acquire knowledge, and improve organization performance. And the team performance refers to the working achievements that committee member carrying out in the working quantity, quality, and cost, and the degree of villagers’ satisfaction, which could influence the constant improvement of team learning ablity among team members.Taking "two village Committees" as sample,463 village committees from Jinggangshan revolutionary base, Jiangxi as the study object, we did the research on the relationship between Team Learning and team performance of "two village Committees", which will be of importance in theory and practice in promoting construction level of basic party organization in rural area.The thesis thus concludes the following parts.The first part is a literature review, including the second and third chapters.The second chapter is a review about team learning and team performance, knowing something about the influencing factors of team learning, defining the operational definition of the research on team learning. And then we review the team performance literature, analyzing the concept of team performance, influencing factors, measurement methodology. We also defined the operational definition of team performance.Chapter Ⅲ is a study on abroad rural village-level grassroots organizations, including the development context and the process of the history in it. Because there are different stages of the development process, the concept of community rural village organizations were analyzed and team spirit and team thought were also investigated. Based on team theory, we analyzed the rural village organizations at last.Part Ⅱ is three studies concluding chapter Ⅳ, Ⅴ and Ⅵ. The first study is an analysis of variance in which we have interviews on fifteen "two village Committees", give a statistical analysis of interview results, and define the main influence elements of Team Learning and team performance of "two village Committees".On the base of variables analysis, the second study is completed in which we do questionnaires of large-scale among 463 village committees from six counties of Jinggangshan revolutionary base, and give a statistical analysis with SEM and SPSS, to test and verify that learning motivation elements of both inner and outside the team would be important for team performance.In the third stage we conduct a case research in two typical "two village Committees" from the former study, and further find, by means of method of longitudinal investigation and comparison, that team performance of "two village Committees" may be of difference in different team learning contexts.Part Ⅲ is the conclusion concluding chapter Ⅶ and Ⅷ. In chapter Ⅶ, based on results of this research, some policy suggestions are put forward for the construction of basic organizations of village-level from rural areas China, revolutionary base particularly.Chapter Ⅷ is the conclusion of this research. That is. Team Learning is the key element factor affecting the management efficiency of basic organizations in rural areas. Promoting the team learning level and ability of "two village Committees" is an effective way to improve the management efficiency of basic organizations in rural areas China. Meanwhile, some prospect is put forward for this research.
Keywords/Search Tags:basic organizations, "two village Committees", team learning, team performance, an empirical research
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