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Dynamic Forces of Amplifying Employee Change Supportive Behavior: An Individual-Level Analysis

M. Nazmul Islam (), Aida Idris and Fumitaka Furuoka ()
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Aida Idris: University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM), 2021, vol. 12, issue 3, 1-18

Abstract: Managing organizational change is one of the difficult tasks for every organization. Researchers and practitioners around the world indicated that due to the uncertainty and complexity associated with organizational change, an employee feels fear and cynicism to involve in the organizational change process which causes failure in the majority of the organizational change initiatives. Contemporary literature highlighted the effectiveness of employee championing behavior for managing organizational change successfully. Therefore, this study collected data from 379 employees working in Bangladesh’s banking sector to explore the different dynamics forces such as transformational leadership, trust in leadership, organizational alignment and work engagement to enhance employee championing behavior in the context of organizational change. The outcome of this study shows that all dynamic forces significantly affected the employee championing behavior during organizational change.

Date: 2021
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