心理学进展  >> Vol. 6 No. 5 (May 2016)

追随力研究述评与展望
The Research Review and Prospect of Followership

DOI: 10.12677/AP.2016.65079, PDF, HTML, XML,  被引量 下载: 2,023  浏览: 3,227  科研立项经费支持

作者: 赵 宇, 刘 飞:贵州师范大学教育科学学院,贵州 贵阳;陈英葵:贵州师范大学教育科学学院,贵州 贵阳;贵州师范大学经济与管理学院,贵州 贵阳

关键词: 追随力追随者研究述评追随动机追随特质Followership Follower Research Review Follower Motivation Follower Characteristics

摘要: 随着追随力概念的提出,学术界逐渐将研究重心从领导力转向了追随力。有关追随力的研究国外学者起步较早,国内仍处于初级阶段,就其概念和维度,学者们基于不同层面提出了不同的观点,但尚未达成一致。通过对国内外相关文献的梳理,结果发现:1) 追随力的概念仍缺少具有权威性的界定,理论基础相对薄弱,应对其概念作出清晰且权威的界定;2) 追随力研究应逐步从理论研究过渡到实证研究;3) 学者们应致力于追随力量表的开发和完善,以推动实证研究的发展;4) 对内隐追随力的测量考虑采用多视角、间接测量法进行研究;5) 应采用“动”“静”结合的整合视角考察追随力在组织中的作用。
Abstract: With the mention of the followership, academic circles gradually turn the focus from leadership to followership. The study of the followership started earlier in abroad, it’s still in the primary stage in domestic. Scholars put forward different views based on different layers when involving the concept and dimensions, but a consensus has not yet reached. By combing the relevant literature published on domestic and foreign countries, the result shows: 1) The concept of followership is still lack of authoritative definition and relatively weak in the theoretical basis, so we need to define its concept more clearly and authoritatively; 2) The study of followership should be gradually changed from theoretical research to empirical research; 3) To promote the development of empirical research, scholars should be committed to the development and improvement of the scale of followership; 4) Implicit followership should be measured from multiple perspectives by indirect method; 5) The way of “dynamic” and “static” should be combined to explore the effect of followership in the organization.

文章引用: 赵宇, 刘飞, 陈英葵 (2016). 追随力研究述评与展望. 心理学进展, 6(5), 604-611. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2016.65079

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