Exploring the Relationship between Culture Change, Kurt Lewins Model of Change, Employee Behaviour and Employee Performance in South African State owned Enterprises: The Case of Transnet Property Division
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Research Paper | Human Resource Management | South Africa | Volume 9 Issue 7, July 2020

Exploring the Relationship between Culture Change, Kurt Lewins Model of Change, Employee Behaviour and Employee Performance in South African State owned Enterprises: The Case of Transnet Property Division

Buhle Mtongana, Austin Musundire

The study was aimed at eexploring the relationship between culture change, Kurt Lewins model of change management, employee behaviour and employee performance in South African State owned Enterprise in the context of Transnet Property Division. The study followed a quantitative approach whereby out of 90 selected managers and employees using the simple random sampling method, 72 responded to the questionnaires. Findings indicated that South African state-owned enterprises in the context of Transnet Property Division lacked supportive cultures to improve business performance. Findings confirmed that Kurt Lewins Change Management strategy from a theoretical and practical perspective was a possible tool for improving business performance in compliance with participative management approaches. This was based on its characteristics associated with encouraging total involvement of employees in decision making during the organisational change process.

Keywords: culture change, employee behaviour, employee performance, State owned Enterprises, business performance

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 7, July 2020

Pages: 1020 - 1032

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Buhle Mtongana, Austin Musundire, "Exploring the Relationship between Culture Change, Kurt Lewins Model of Change, Employee Behaviour and Employee Performance in South African State owned Enterprises: The Case of Transnet Property Division", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20608110003, Volume 9 Issue 7, July 2020, 1020 - 1032

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