Psychological Empowerment and Organizational Task Environment in Commitment to Change

Wustari, L. M.

The purpose of this study is to elaborate the role of psychological empowerment, and perceptions of external environment in committing employees with organizational change. This study tested the effect of dimensions of psychological empowerment as well as the effect of employee’s perception on external environment on organizational commitment to change in financial state owned organizations in Indonesia. Data was gathered from 539 employees working in financial state owned organizations in Indonesia. Results showed the significant effect of Psychological Empowerment and Organizational task Environment on commitment to change. Results also showed that of all dimensions of psychological empowerment (meaning, competence, self-determination and impact) has significant effect on commitment to change. This study is a contribution to theory and practice of change management, with an increased understanding on commitment to change, psychological empowerment and perceptions of external environments in committing the employees with the organizational change.



APA citation

  • Wustari, L. M. (2014). Psychological empowerment and organizational task environment in commitment to change. International Journal of Business and Management, II(2), 119–126.

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