MEASURING EMPLOYEE READINESS TO CHANGE:A CASE STUDY OF AN ORGANIZATION IN MYANMAR

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Naing Naing Win Veerisa Chotiyaputta

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          The study aims to measure the level of individual readiness to change of the government enterprises in Myanmar, which are going to be independent. The research has been evidence of why the organizations need to have changed. This study is adopted the quantitative analysis so that a structured-survey questionnaire is applied for data collection.


          The finding of the results indicate that the core self-evaluation and some demographic factors significantl related to the individual readiness to change. Moreover, the context characteristics and work attitude have a significan relationship to the readiness to change through the perceived impact of change. The result of this study could point to the organization to consider the importance of readiness level in the implementation of the organizational change.

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Win, N., & Chotiyaputta, V. (2018). MEASURING EMPLOYEE READINESS TO CHANGE:A CASE STUDY OF AN ORGANIZATION IN MYANMAR. Panyapiwat Journal, 10(3), 110-124. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/162364
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