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|Title:||Impact of employees psychological and financial predictors for readiness to organizational change|
|Keywords:||organizational change, psychological and financial predictors, employee readiness|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Izmir , 13-14 July 2009|
|Abstract:||This study focuses on employees’ psychological and financial predictors to know the employees reaction regarding change. One hundred forty one surveys were returned from full time teaching staff working in public sector universities of Pakistan. The findings indicate significant relationships between readiness to change and psychological and financial predictors. First time job involvement, training and skills development, pays/wages/fringe benefits and promotions predictors have been examined for readiness to change. Results indicate no relationship between readiness to change and employees’ organizational commitment. However, employees’ job involvement, training and skills development pays/wages/fringe benefits, and promotions have positive impact on readiness to change. This study may contribute in the literature on change management particularly for developing countries and may assist the management and practitioners of Human Resources Management (HRM), Human Resources Development (HRD), and Organizational Behaviour (OB) in assessing, designing and evaluating new or existing programs for organisational change.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business and Management|
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