This paper explores the impact of work team perceptions for change and leadership style on employees’ psychological climate for change. The study begins with the presentation of the theoretical framework. Then, it reports the findings from an empirical investigation into the relationship between the researched variables on an ISU sample of organizations that have planned an organizational change. Three hypotheses derived from the integrative framework were tested. The findings support some of them. The value of the results is discussed.
Stafyla, Amalia, "Change Climate, Work Team and Leadership Style: An Empirical Study on Information Systems Users (ISU) in Greece" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 133.