Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change

Schlicher K, Reddehase J, Maier GW (2022)
Frontiers in Psychology 13: 824010.

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Progressing digitalization and technological changes triggered by COVID-19 lockdowns means for organizations that new technologies need to be implemented in shorter time periods. The implementation of new technologies in the workplace poses various change demands on employees. Organizations try to counteract these effects by providing change support in the form of for example training or participation options. However, to date, it is unclear how change demands develop a detrimental effect and whether change support can buffer this relation due to which working mechanisms, and whether the effectiveness of support measures can be increased by matching them to specific change demands. Based on the integrative framework of social support theory, which draws on the job demands-resources model and self-determination theory, we hypothesize that change demands can be most effectively addressed through matching change support. In three consecutive experimental vignette studies (N1= 89,N2= 134,N3= 138) of dependently employed samples, we analyzed the interaction of change demands and change support on attitude to change, satisfaction with the change process, and behavioral intention to use by manipulating the degree of demand (high vs. low) and provided support (high vs. low) and by conducting moderated mediation analyses, and integrated the results meta-analytically. The results show that change demands have a detrimental effect on technology implementation outcomes. In one of the three studies we confirmed a moderating effect of change support. The relation was mediated by perceived frustration, but the mediating effect of psychological need satisfaction was inconclusive. Based on our results, we discuss that the research on matching support requires the evaluation of the personal relevance of the support receiver to increase the chance of achieving a match.
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Arbeit4; change management; vignette; experiment; leadership; technology
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Frontiers in Psychology
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13
Art.-Nr.
824010
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1664-1078
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2964129

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Schlicher K, Reddehase J, Maier GW. Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change. Frontiers in Psychology. 2022;13: 824010.
Schlicher, K., Reddehase, J., & Maier, G. W. (2022). Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 824010. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.824010
Schlicher, Katharina, Reddehase, Jannik, and Maier, Günter W. 2022. “Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change”. Frontiers in Psychology 13: 824010.
Schlicher, K., Reddehase, J., and Maier, G. W. (2022). Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change. Frontiers in Psychology 13:824010.
Schlicher, K., Reddehase, J., & Maier, G.W., 2022. Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change. Frontiers in Psychology, 13: 824010.
K. Schlicher, J. Reddehase, and G.W. Maier, “Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change”, Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 13, 2022, : 824010.
Schlicher, K., Reddehase, J., Maier, G.W.: Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change. Frontiers in Psychology. 13, : 824010 (2022).
Schlicher, Katharina, Reddehase, Jannik, and Maier, Günter W. “Is a match better than no match? On the interaction of demands and support during technological change”. Frontiers in Psychology 13 (2022): 824010.
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