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Findings and discussion Multiple hierarchical regression analyses were used to test the proposal that employees’ perceptions of reshaping capabilities at T1 would be associated with higher levels of user satisfaction and system usage at T2, and that this relationship would be mediated by preimplementation perceptions of change readiness. These analyses revealed support for this proposition in relation to system usage, but not for any of the dimensions of user satisfaction. 05. At Step 2, T1 readiness for change accounted for a significant increment of variance, R2ch.
2002). Based on the findings of the two studies just presented, it was argued that readiness for change is an important mediating variable to consider in understanding employee adjustment to organizational change and, similarly, would be a relevant concept to consider in relation to implementation outcomes. , 2000). , (1983) as the extent to which users believe the system meets their needs and is probably the most widely used measure of success in this context (DeLone and McLean, 1992). , (1995) as the amount of eﬀort expended by users interacting with the information system or, more simplistically, the amount of time per day spent utilizing the system.
These analyses also permitted an examination of the extent to which the event characteristics exerted a positive indirect eﬀect on employee adjustment, via their eﬀects on employees’ situational appraisals of eﬃcacy and readiness. To provide evidence of a mediating model, it is necessary to demonstrate that the observed positive main eﬀects of information provision are no longer significant when the eﬀects of the mediating variables (that is, change-related self-eﬃcacy, team-related self-eﬃcacy and readiness for change) are controlled on the subsequent step (see Baron and Kenny, 1986).