A Study About Employeees' Acceptance of Change Practices in Organizations

Değişim uygulamalarının başansı, özellikle çalışanların bu uygulamaları benimsemesi ve kabul etmesine bağlıdır. Türkiye'de elektronik sektöründe faaliyet gösteren üç büyük ölçekli işletmenin yöneticileri ve beyaz yakalı çalışanları bu araştırmanın uygulama alanını oluşturmaktadır. Anket yöntemi ile toplanan verilere ilişkin bulgular; cevapiayıcılann değişimin hangi aşamasında olduklarına göre farklılık göstermektedir. Ayrıca bu araştırma çerçevesinde, çalışanların örgütsel değişime karşı tutumlarının, değişimin hangi boyutlarıyla ilişkili olduğu ve demografik değişkenlerle ilişkileri belirlenmiştir.

Çalışanların Örgütsel Değişim Uygulamalarına Karşı Tutumlarına İlişkin Bir Araştırma

The success of the change efforts particularly depends on organizational members' acceptance of change practices. A study is carried out among the white collar workers and managers of three big companies in the electronic sector in Turkey. Results show a significant difference among the respondents' attitudes about the acceptance of change according to which stage of change their company is involved in. Furthermore, the dimensions of change that are mostly related to the respondents' attitudes of acceptance are determined.

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