The Relationships among Team Social Interaction Process,Role-Breadth Self-Efficacy and Team Satisfaction
|關鍵字:||自我效能;團隊互動過程;團隊滿意度;role-breadth self-efficacy;social interaction process;team satisfaction;team experience|
This study examined the effects of perception of past team experience, role-breadth self-efficacy, and satisfaction along with the moderating influence of team social interaction process activities. It was hypothesized that the relationship between the perception of past team experience and role-breadth self-efficacy and the relationship between the perception of past team experience and the team satisfaction for team members would be differentially affected by the team social interaction process activities. Data was gathered by the authors at two time phases during and after the project. A total of 68 out of 96 students in a simulation game at a Marketing course in a university in Taiwan successfully completed one questionnaire that assessed role-breadth self-efficacy, team satisfaction and social interaction process activities. Another questionnaire that assessed the perception of past team experience was distributed to the same group of participants completed two months later. The results of two-way factorial analysis of variance (ANOVA) indicated that both the perception of past team experience and team social interaction process activities were related to student’s role-breadth self-efficacy. Team social interaction process activities also moderated the effect of the perception of past team experience on role-breadth self-efficacy. However, the findings further revealed that only team social interaction process activities were positively related to individual levels of team satisfaction.
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