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系統識別號 U0026-0812200915270794
論文名稱(中文) 跨領域學習研究-探索多領域團隊創作設計流程
論文名稱(英文) Exploring Multidisciplinary Teamwork Design Process for Cross-Disciplinary Learning
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 創意產業設計研究所
系所名稱(英) Institute of Creative Industry Design
學年度 97
學期 2
出版年 98
研究生(中文) 柯秋薇
研究生(英文) Chiu-wei Ke
學號 pa695109
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 89頁
口試委員 指導教授-陳建旭
口試委員-劉世南
指導教授-鄭泰昇
中文關鍵字 T型人才  跨領域學習  多領域團隊合作  領導力 
英文關鍵字 T-shaped person  leadership  multidisciplinary teamwork  cross-disciplinary learning 
學科別分類
中文摘要 隨著近年來科技迅速發展致使產業的相互競爭大幅上升。由於產業間當前所面對的問題不再是單一領域知識所能解決,問題變得越來越複雜與不可預期,因此T型人才儼然將成為最受企業歡迎的明日之星(Kelly,2005)。然而,在傳統的單一領域教育的基礎上如何協助人們拓展領域知識達成T型人才中「T」的橫向「组」是極重要的研究課題。為了探索多領域團隊協作中跨領域學習設計流程的議題,本研究以為期五天的多領域團隊協作工作坊為個案研究對象,並且採用質性研究的方法學來進行分析。
本研究的主要目的係嘗試為回答以下問題:「如何就組織、團隊與個人三層面發展適合多領域團隊協作環境」。就組織層面來說著重於探討工作坊過程中多領域團隊協作的實際行動;以團隊層面來看則探討在團隊中領導風格如何影響團隊運作與成員間的合作關係。反之與組織、團隊層面相較,個人層面在探討在跨領域學習中個人知識拓展的的過程。本研究整合自文獻探討與個案研究分析過程,以下列三個角度來提出研究發現,並且這些研究發現可以貢獻在施行工程師與設計師的團隊協作中,促進創新計劃的發展。
1.組織層面進行多領域協同創作的行動
2.團隊層面探討領導風格對於多領域團隊創作的影響
3.個人層面探究透過團隊協作中進行跨領域學習的結果
英文摘要 Nowadays, technology continues to develop rapidly, resulting in new industrial competitors that rise increasingly. The facing challenge of companies becomes more and more complex and unpredictable because the problems cannot be solved with single disciplinary knowledge. Thus, it is obvious to see that the “T-shaped” person will be the most popular talent in the future (Kelly, 2005). However, how to help people extend knowledge (the horizontal “ 组” of “T”) under traditional single-discipline education is an imperative topic for study. In order to explore multidisciplinary teamwork design process for cross-disciplinary learning, this research takes five days of workshop for multidisciplinary teamwork as a case study with qualitative methodology.
The main purpose of this research is to find out the question of “how can we develop an environment that integrates the organization level, team level, and personal levels for multidisciplinary teamwork?” In organization level, it focuses on practical proceedings in workshop process for multidisciplinary teamwork, and in team level, it focus on how leadership influences team project and participants’ cooperation in teamwork process. Compared to organization level and team level, the personal level presents individual knowledge-extension process from cross-disciplinary learning. The research findings were interpreted into three perspectives including 1) organization level of actions in practicing multidisciplinary teamwork, 2) team level of leadership in multidisciplinary team and 3) personal level of cross-disciplinary learning from multidisciplinary teamwork. These findings can be integrated to practice the innovative project development from team collaboration between designers and engineers.
論文目次 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 RESEARCH BACKGROUND 1
1.2 PROBLEM STATEMENTS AND OBJECTIVE 3
1.2.1 PROBLEM STATEMENT 3
1.2.2 OBJECTIVE 4
1.3 RESEARCH DOMAIN 4
1.3.1 SCOPE 4
1.3.2 SUBJECT 5
1.4 RESEARCH WORKFLOW 6
CHAPTER II LITERATURE REVIEW 7
2.1 DEFINITION OF TERMS 7
2.2 OPEN INNOVATION 8
2.3 CREATIVE COLLABORATION 10
2.4 RELATIVE WORKS IN CROSS-DISCIPLINARY LEARNING 11
2.4.1 RELATIVE WORKS 11
2.4.2 CROSS-DISCIPLINARY LEARNING ASSESSMENT 13
2.5 LEADERSHIP IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMWORK 14
2.6 INTERACTION DESIGN 15
CHAPTER III METHODOLOGY 19
3.1 INTRODUCTION 19
3.2 CASE STUDY RESEARCH 19
3.2.1 IMPLEMENTATION OF CASE STUDY RESEARCH 20
3.2.2 APPROPRIATENESS OF ADOPTING CASE STUDY AS RESEARCH METHOD 22
3.3 RESEARCH DESIGN 22
3.3.1 RESEARCH DESIGN PROCESS 22
3.3.2 RESTRICTION 24
3.3.3 FIELDWORK AND SUBJECT SELECTION 24
3.3.4 DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURE 25
CHAPTER IV CASE STUDY 27
4.1 NIGHTMARKET WORKSHOP 2008 27
4.1.1 INTRODUCTION 27
4.1.2 THEME FOR NIGHTMARKET WORKSHOP 2008 28
4.1.3 PROCEDURE FOR NIGHTMARKET WORKSHOP 2008 29
4.2 ORGANIZATION LEVEL IN WORKSHOP 32
4.3 TEAM LEVEL IN WORKSHOP 34
4.3.1 DESCRIPTION OF TEAM 1 35
4.3.2 DESCRIPTION OF TEAM 2 38
4.3.3 DESCRIPTION OF TEAM 3 42
4.3.4 DESCRIPTION OF TEAM 4 44
4.4 PERSONAL LEVEL IN WORKSHOP 47
CHAPTER V RESEARCH FINDINGS 53
5.1 PERSONAL LEVEL: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY LEARNING FROM MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMWORK 53
5.2 TEAM LEVEL: LEADERSHIP IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM 59
5.3 ORGANIZATION LEVEL: ACTIONS IN PRACTICING MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMWORK FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARY LEARNING 64
CHAPTER VI CONCLUSION 70
6.1 CONCLUSION 70
6.2 DISCUSSIONS 71
6.2.1 EFFECTS BETWEEN SHORT-TERM LEARNING AND LONG-TERM LEARNING 71
6.2.2 PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS IN CROSS-DISCIPLINARY LEARNING 72
6.2.3 METHODOLOGY OF EXPLORATORY RESEARCH 72
6.3 FUTURE WORKS 73
REFERENCE 74
APPENDIX 1. INTERVIEWING TARGETS LIST 79
APPENDIX 2. NIGHTMARKET WORKSHOP 2008 TEAM PROJECT INTRODUCTION 80
APPENDIX 3. SIX QUESTIONS OF INTERVIEWING RESULTS 87
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