Digital transformation is currently one of the most prominent topics in information systems re-search. In this context, existing work mainly focuses on the digitalization of business models and impacts on economy or society, representing a macro perspective on digital transformation. How-ever, with the transformation of business models also come significant IT-induced changes of un-derlying processes and eventually workplace environments. In this paper, the term “digital work-place transformation” is introduced and corresponding success factors investigated, thereby add-ing a micro perspective to the ongoing research stream on digital transformation. Driven by facets of self-determination, it will be shown for an organization in the wholesale industry, that enabling employees to feel autonomous, competent and connected in the future workplace environment is not only vital for their expected performance but also expected well-being. Both in turn increase the users’ positive attitude towards digital workplace transformation and intentions to actively support necessary change processes.