The Relationships among Employee Perceived Corporate Social Responsibility, Team Self-Efficacy, Team Self-Esteem and Team Performance
|關鍵字:||企業社會責任;經濟責任;法律責任;倫理責任;慈善責任;自我效能;自尊;團隊績效;corporate social responsibility;economic responsibility;legal responsibility;ethical responsibility;philanthropic responsibility;self-efficacy;self-esteem;team performance|
This paper investigates the relationship between corporate social responsibility and team performance through team self-efficacy and team self-esteem. In this research, we sample technology team through questionnaire, with 801 questionnaires being valid. In this study, SAS and LISREL software package are used for data processing and analysis. Three statistical methods are used, which includes descriptive statistic, confirmatory factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. In this study, we use some scholars’ scale as a tool and with past researches as a basis; tested our hypothesis through statistical analysis, and made the following conclusions: 1.In the CSR, economic and legal responsibilities have a significant positive impact on team self-efficacy; economic and ethical responsibilities have a significant positive impact on team self-esteem. 2.The team self-efficacy and self-esteem for team performance have a significant positive effect. 3.Only legal responsibility has a direct effect on team performance, legal responsibility can also affect team performance through team self-efficacy; economic responsibility on team performance does not have direct effect, it would be effective only if team self-efficacy acts as intermediary role. 4.In the team self-esteem, the legal responsibility has a direct effect for team performance, team self-esteem does not act as an intermediary role between legal responsibility and team performance; economic responsibility and ethical responsibility do not have a direct effect on team performance, but they can be effective through team self-esteem, team self-esteem plays a full mediating role. Based on the findings, this research proposes the implications of management, research limitations and recommendations for enterprise managers and future researchers.
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