The Impact of Employee Empowerment on the Success of Organizational Change: A Study in Privatized Enterprises in Jordan

Batool Bader Al-Asoufi, Abdelhakim Oqlah Akhorshaideh

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to examining the Impact of employee empowerment on the success of organizational change, within the privatized enterprises in Jordan, also the study examined four significant factors which influence the success the employee empowerment process those are (Talent Management, Leadership Styles, Employee Training, Rewards) and their impacts on the success of organizational change. A total of (143) questionnaires has been distributed, it was returned constituting approximately (99%) from those distributed to targeted samples in each of Electricity Distribution Company and Jordan Phosphate Mines Company.

The data were tested using simple and multiple regression tests to examine the study hypotheses. The findings showed that there is a significant impact of employee empowerment on the success of organizational change, also there is significant impact of employee empowerment factors (Talent Management, Leadership Styles, Employee Training, Rewards) on the success of organizational change. Also, the results showed the importance of providing sufficient information about the nature of change and its positive impact to raising the level of readiness for it and reducing the resistance.

Keywords: Empowerment, Organizational Change, Enterprises, Jordan


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v7i1.10849



Journal of Public Administration and Governance  ISSN 2161-7104

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