A Model Test for Measuring Organizational Readiness for Change at the Individual Level: A Survey Study on A Sample of Mosul University Lecturers
2022, Volume 41, Issue 133, Pages 264-287
AbstractThe main objective of the current study was to test a model formeasuring organizational readiness for change. To achieve this goal, the organizational readiness for change included four dimensions (appropriateness, management support, change efficiency, personal benefits), and the study sample was represented by a group of teachers working in the colleges of the University of Mosul, and the study used a form. The questionnaire was a data collection tool, as (322) questionnaires were collected for teachers in the faculties of the University of Mosul. Concerning testing the study model, confirmatory factor analysis was used. In the measurement model, the good fit of the model was tested at the worker level. The study reached a set of conclusions, the most important of which is the results of the analysis showing the good conformity of the measurement model that was adopted in the current study, to measure organizational readiness. This confirms the possibility of this model in measuring the variable of the study. In addition, the credibility and stability of the study model and the measurement items adopted in it have been tested and proven to be credible and stable in the measurement. The most important thing the study recommends is the need to pay more attention to personal benefits so that the individual feels that he will benefit from the change, and not fear for his position in the college when it is done Implement some changes.
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