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標題: 林業行政管理績效之研究─以台灣省林務局為例
Forestry Administrative Performance A Case Study: Taiwan Forestry Bureau
作者: 童秋霞
Torng, Chiou-Shya
關鍵字: Forestry Admionistration;林業行政管理;Performance;績效
出版社: 森林學系
摘要: 
本省林業之成敗是以林務局經營管理之良窳為關鍵,因此,本文從行政管
理之理論著手,就組織結構、組織資源、領導形態、溝通、工作士氣及工
作滿足感等方面來探討目前林業行政管理上所遭遇之問題並提供拙見,藉
供關心人士與相關單位參考,並期望能藉本文引發政府的重視以及社會大
眾對林業之支持。本研究之研究對象包括林務局本局(不包括農林航空測
量所)、八個林區管理處及34個工作站,透過問卷調查、口頭訪問以及資
料蒐集等方法進行研究,再利用描述性分析、t-test、單因子變異數分析
、迴歸分析以及路徑分析等進行統計分析。經由迴歸分析與路徑分析之結
果,影響績效之最大因素是工作士氣,次為組織資源;而影響工作士氣之
最大因素為組織結構,組織資源則是受試者最不滿意之一部分。所以,改
進林業行政管理績效首先可由組織結構與組織資源著手。

How does Taiwan Forestry Bureau manage national forest is a key
point of the successes or failures of forestry .So, this study
starts from the theory of administration management to explore
the encountered questiones in forestry administration,and then
focuses on organizational structure,organizational resource,
leadership forms,communication,morale,satisfaction and so on.
This study also hopes to offer some suggestion for T.F.B. and
attracts more attention from the government and assistance from
the public . The investigation object of this study includes T.
F.B ,eight forestry district,and thirty-four working stations
with exception of Aerial Survey Institute.This study was
carried out by quesion- naire,oral visition,collecting data and
soon,and the analysis in- volved descriptive statistics,t-test,
the one -factor analysis of variance,multiple regression and
path analysis. The result analyzed by regression and path
analysis are:Th emost important effect on the performance are
morale and organ- izational resource.However the most important
effect on the morale is organizational structure.The
organizational resource is the most dissatisfactory item of all.
Therefore,the improvement of the forestry administration should
be from organizational struc- ture and organizational resource.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/65717
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