This is “Appendix B: 8 Dimensions and Factor Loadings for OCC”, appendix 2 from the book Beginning Organizational Change (v. 1.0).
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|Item #||Question||Factor loadings|
|Do the unit leader(s)||Factor 1: Trustworthy leaders|
|01||protect the core values while encouraging change?||0.708|
|02||consistently articulate an inspiring vision of the future?||0.738|
|03||show courage in their support of change initiatives?||0.709|
|04||demonstrate humility while fiercely pursuing the vision?||0.718|
|Do we have an organizational culture that||Factor 2: Innovative culture|
|05||values innovation and change?||0.509|
|06||attracts and retains creative people?||0.693|
|07||provides resources to experiment with new ideas?||0.726|
|08||allows people to take risks and occasionally fail?||0.691|
|Does information flow effectively||Factor 3: Communication systems|
|09||from executives to workers?||0.745|
|10||in a timely fashion?||0.772|
|11||across organizational units?||0.787|
|12||from customers to the business unit?||0.734|
|Do middle managers in this organizational unit||Factor 4: Involved midmanagers|
|13||effectively link top executives with frontline employees?||0.565|
|14||show commitment to the organization’s well-being?||0.660|
|15||balance change initiatives while getting work done?||0.727|
|16||voice dissent constructively?||0.676|
|Do frontline employees||Factor 5: Trusting followers|
|17||open themselves to consider change proposals?||0.773|
|18||have opportunities to voice their concerns about change?||0.609|
|19||generally know how change will help the business unit?||0.712|
|20||generally view top management as trustworthy?||0.535|
|Do employees throughout the organizational unit||Factor 6: Accountable culture|
|21||experience consequences for outcomes of their actions?||0.697|
|22||meet deadlines and honor resource commitments?||0.717|
|23||accept responsibility for getting work done?||0.780|
|24||have clear roles for who has to do what?||0.668|
|Do change champions recognize the||Factor 7: Systems thinking|
|25||interdependent systems implications of change?||0.676|
|26||importance of institutionalizing change?||0.790|
|27||need to realign incentives with desired changes?||0.806|
|28||value of addressing causes rather than symptoms?||0.639|
|Do we have change champion(s) who||Factor 8: Capable champions|
|29||command the respect of the members in the unit?||0.776|
|30||possess good interpersonal skills?||0.804|
|31||are willing and able to challenge the status quo?||0.797|
|32||have the will and creativity to bring about change?||0.667|
Source: Judge and Douglas (2009), p. 648.