Browsing by Author "Chih-cheng Fang"
The factors affecting the leadership performance of female managers in China's Taiwanese firms-the case of Huai' An, Jiangsu Liu, Shuxian; Chih-cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
With the continuous development and progress in society and economy, the economic and cultural exchanges between Taiwan and mainland China have been continuously enhanced. Mainland Taiwan-funded enterprises have sprung and spread all over mainland China. Female executives in Taiwan-funded enterprises have gradually entered the public view. More women have taken managerial positions. However, how good is the leadership of female executives in mainland Taiwan-funded companies and what are the factors that influence the exertion of the leadership ...
Factors influencing information technology adoption in chinese retailing pharmacy sector: a case study from Huaian city, China Zhang, Su; Chih-cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
In modern society, information technology plays an important role in the field of health care. This study first explored the UTAUT (Unified Theory Acceptance and Use of Technology) to study Chinese Retailing Pharmacy Sector’s IT adoption in new mandatory context. By constructing research model Pharmacy-UTAUT, the author tried to find out the core factors influencing IT adoption, the moderators affecting the strength of relationships between variables and the new model’s explanatory power. Pharmacy-UTAUT incorporates two constructs (attitude and ...
The impact of inclusive leadership on employee engagement: the mediator of psychological capital and the moderator of job embeddedness Zhou, Yu; Chih-cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
Employee engagement has been identified as a key driver for increasing organizational productivity and performance. Previous studies indicate the significance of leadership to employee engagement, but little is known about the relationships between inclusive leadership and employee engagement. This research aims to demonstrate this relationship by investigating the impact of inclusive leadership on employee engagement, and the mediating effect of psychological capital. Simultaneously, the moderating role of job embeddedness on the relationship ...