Akcije

Journal of Process Management. New Technologies
kako citirati ovaj članak
podeli ovaj članak

Metrika

  • citati u SCIndeksu: 0
  • citati u CrossRef-u:0
  • citati u Google Scholaru:[]
  • posete u poslednjih 30 dana:24
  • preuzimanja u poslednjih 30 dana:24

Sadržaj

članak: 4 od 72  
Back povratak na rezultate
2020, vol. 8, br. 3, str. 42-52
Attitude of employees towards change Initiatives as influenced by commitment and job satisfaction: The case of selected higher education institutions in Ethiopia
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Jimma University, College of Business and Economics, Jimma, Ethiopia

e-adresamegersa_wo@yahoo.com, belayche76@gmail.com
Sažetak
(ne postoji na srpskom)
This study aimed at examining the influence of organizational commitment and job satisfaction on attitudes of employees toward change initiatives in public universities in Ethiopia. Self-administered questionnaires were prepared and distributed to 200 randomly selected teachers in selected universities via e-mail addresses. Correlation and Regression analysis was made to see the influences of the two variables. The findings revealed that employees' general attitudes towards change initiatives is influenced by Job satisfaction (p<0.05). However, it did not indicate a significant influence of employee's commitment to their organization on attitudes of employees regarding change initiatives (p>0.05).
Reference
*** in Tanzania, from 1991-2000. Norway: University of Bergen
Ajzen, I., Fishbein, M. (1980) Understanding attitudes and predicting social behavior. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall
Alireza, Z. (2014) Job satisfaction and organizational justice as predictors of attitude concerning organizational reform. Lunds University, Unpublished thesis
Avidov-Ungar, O., Eshet-Alkakay, Y. (2011) Teachers in a world of change: Teachers' knowledge and attitudes towards the implementation of innovative technologies in schools. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects
Beer, M., Eisenstat, R.A., Spector, B. (1990) Why change programs don't produce change. Harvard Business Review, (Nov.-Dec.), 158-166
Bellou, V. (2007) Psychological contract assessment after a major organizational change: The case of mergers and acquisitions. Employee Relations, 29(1): 68-88
Blackman, D., O'Flynn, J., Ugyel, L. (2013) A diagnostic tool for assessing organizational readiness for complex change. u: The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Hobart, 4-6 December, Paper
Blackmore, A. (2005) The reform of public services: The role of the voluntary sector. London: NCVO
Bovey, W.H., Hede, A. (2001) Resistance to organizational change: The role of cognitive and affective processes. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 22(8): 372-382
Boyne, A. (2003) Evaluating public management reforms. London: Open University Press
Carlo, D. (2012) Understanding change and change management processes: A case study. University of Canberra, PhD Dissertation (unpublished)
Carvalho, J. (1984) Archival application of mathematical sampling techniques. Records Management Quarterly, 18: 60-63
Chane, P. (2001) The challenges of the civil service reform in Ethiopia: Initial observations. EASSRR, Vol. XVII. no. 1
Choi, M. (2011) Employees' attitudes toward organizational change: A literature review. Human Resource Management, 50(4): 479-500
Coetsee, L. (1999) From resistance to commitment. Public Administration Quarterly, 23: 204-222
Cole, M.S., Bruch, H., Vogel, B. (2006) Emotion as mediators of the relations between perceived supervisor support and psychological hardiness on employee cynicism. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27(4): 463-484
Cordery, J., Sevastos, P., Mueller, W., Parker, S. (1993) Correlates of employee attitudes toward functional flexibility. Human Relations, 46(6): 705-723
Damanpour, F. (1991) Organizational innovation: A meta-analysis of effects of determinants and moderators. Academy of Management Journal, 34(3): 555-590
Darwish, A.Y. (1999) Organizational commitment and job satisfaction as predictors of attitudes toward organizational change in a non-western setting. Personnel Review, 29, 5
Darwish, A.Y. (2017) Organizational commitment, job satisfaction and attitudes toward organizational change: A study in the local government. International Journal of Public Administration, 40:1, 77-88
David, G. (n.d) Attitude towards organizational change among public middle. Public Personnel Management, University of Lausanne, Institute of Political and International Studies, Switzerland
David, J. (1967) Manual for Minnesota satisfaction questionnaire. University of Minnesota, Unpublished
Dumond, E.J. (1994) Making best use of performance measures and information. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 14(9): 16-31
Durmaz, H. (2007) Officer attitudes toward organizational change in the Turkish national police. Texas: University of North Texas, Unpublished doctoral thesis
Elias, S. (2009) Employee commitment in times of change: Assessing the importance of attitudes toward organizational change. Journal of Management, 35(1): 37-55
Farid, D., Nejati, M., Mirfakhredini, H. (2008) Balanced scorecard application in universities and higher education institutes: Implementation guide in an Iranian context. Annals of University of Bucharest, Economic and Administrative Series, 2, pp. 31-45
Guest, D. (1992) Employee commitment and control. u: Hartley J.F; Stephenson G.M. [ur.] Employment relations, Oxford: Blackwell
Hair,, et al. (2006) argued that correlation coefficient below 0.90 may not cause serious multicollinearity problem
Hirve, K., Sekar (2007) Risk factors and barriers to process reengineering
Hood, C., Jackson, M. (1991) Administrative argument. Aldershot: Dartmouth
Iverson, R.D. (1996) Employee acceptance of organizational change: The role of organizational commitment. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 7(1): 122-149
Johnson, J. (2003) 11th September, 2001: Will it make a difference to the global anti-money laundering movement?. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 6(1): 9-16
Josie, K. (2007) Reforming public services in the UK: Bringing in the third sector. Public administration, 85(4)
Kanter, R.M. (1983) The change masters: Innovation for productivity in the American corporation. New York: Simon and Schuster
Kassahun, T. (2007) Civil service reform in Ethiopia: Achievements, problems and possible solutions. u: Proceedings of the First National Conference on the Achievements, Challenges and Prospects of the Civil Service Reform Program Implementation in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Kieffer, T. (2005) Feeling bad: Antecedents and consequences of negative emotions in ongoing change. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 26(8): 875-897
Kijsanayotin, B., Pannarunothai, S., Speedie, S.M. (2009) Factors influencing health information technology adoption in Thailand's community health centers: Applying the UTAUT model. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 78(6): 404-416
Kleanthis, K.K., Athanasios, N.T., Sofia-Maria, N.B. (2014) Exploring employees perceptions, job-related attitudes and characteristics during a planned organizational change. Int. Journal of Business Science and Applied Management, 9 (1)
Kotter, J.P. (1996) Leading change. Boston: Harvard Business School Press
Lau, C., Woodman, R.W. (1995) Understanding organizational change: A schematic perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 38(2): 537-554
Locke, E.A. (1976) The nature and causes of job satisfaction. u: Dunnette M.D. [ur.] Handbook of industrial and organizational psychology, New York: Hold, Reinhart & Winston, 1297-1349
Lukumai, E.C. (2006) The implementation of civil service reforms
Lycke, L. (2003) Team development when implementing TPM. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, 14(2): 205-213
Mccourt, W. (2013) Models of public service reform: A problem-solving approach. Policy Research Working Paper, No. 6428, Washington D.C, The World Bank
MDGD (2011) Best practices in civil service reform: Reference and resource manual: Public sector reform. n.d, Civil service reform paper, http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un/unpan001183.pdfv
Meyer, J.P., Allen, N.J. (2004) TCM employee commitment survey: Academic users guide. University of Western Ontario, unpublished
Miller, V.D., Johnson, J.R., Grau, J. (1994) Antecedents to willingness to participate in a planned organizational change. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 22(1): 59-80
Ministry of Civil Service (MOSC) (2011) The direction of reform army building in the civil service. Prepared in Amharic
Ministry of Civil Service (2014) Federal civil service change: Army development manual. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Moran, J.W., Brightman, B.K. (2001) Leading organizational change. Career Development International, 6(2): 111-118
Muhammad, M., Samina, N., Basharat, N., Rizwan, D. (2010) Job satisfaction and organizational commitment of university teachers in public sector of Pakistan. International Journal of Business and Management, 5(6)
Naimatullah, S. (2011) A study of the relationship between organizational justice and employee readiness for change. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 24(3): 224-236
Neves, P., Caetano, A. (2009) Commitment to change: Contributions to trust in the supervisor and work outcomes. Group & Organization Management, 34(6): 623-644
Newhouse, D.R., Chapman, I.D. (1996) Organizational transformation: A case study of two aboriginal organizations. Human Relations, 49(7): 995-1011
Orit, A., Yoram, E. (2011) Teachers in a world of change: Teachers' knowledge and attitudes towards the implementation of innovative technologies in schools. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, Volume 7
O'Roark, A.M. (2007) Guidelines for education and training at the doctoral and postdoctoral levels in consulting psychology/organizational consulting psychology. American Psychological Association
Parish, J.T., Cadwallader, S., Busch, P. (2008) Want to, need to, ought to: Employee commitment to organizational change. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 21(1): 32-52
Pollitt, C., Bouckaert, G. (2004) Public management reform: A comparative analysis. Oxford University Press
Probst, G., Raisch, S. (2005) Organizational crisis: The logic of failure. Academy of Management Perspectives, 19(1): 90-105
Rao, S. (2013) Civil service reform: Topic guide. Birmingham, UK: University of Birmingham - Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC)
Roderick, D.I. (1996) Employee acceptance of organizational change: The role of organizational commitment. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 7
Somekh, B., Lewin, C. (2005) Research methods in social sciences. London-Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications
Stephen, M. (2010) Change, technology and higher education: Are universities capable of organizational change. Journal of asynchronous learning networks, 15(4)
Susanto, A.B. (2008) Organizational readiness for change: A case study on change readiness in a manufacturing company in Indonesia. BTS International Journal of Management Perspectives, 2(1), PP.50-62
Tilaye, K. (2007) Civil service reform in Ethiopia: Achievements, problems and possible solutions. u: Proceedings of the First National Conference on the Achievements, Challenges and Prospects of the Civil Service Reform Program Implementation in Ethiopia. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Tryggvi, H. (2008) Organizational change and change readiness: Employees' attitudes during times of proposed merger. Universitetet i Tromsø, unpublished
Vakola, M., Nikolaou, I. (2005) Attitudes towards organizational change: What is the role of employees' stress and commitment?. Employee Relations, 27(2)
Vakola, M., Tsaousis, I., Nikolaou, I. (2004) The role of emotional intelligence and personality variables on attitudes toward organisational change. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 19(2): 88-110
Visagie, C.M., Steyn, C. (2011) Organizational commitment and responses to planned organizational change: An exploratory study. Southern African Business Review, 15(3)
Yosef, T. (2011) Study of the civil service reform in Adama City administration. Regional state of Oromia, Ethiopia: A.A: A.A.U
Yousef, D.A. (2000) Organizational commitment and job satisfaction as predictors of attitudes toward organizational change in a non-western setting. Personnel Review, 29(5): 567-592
 

O članku

jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/jouproman8-25868
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 12.08.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
Creative Commons License 4.0