Impact of Organizational Resistance to Change on BPR Implementation: A Case of State Bank of Pakistan

Muzammil Hanif, Yasir Shafique Khan, Arshad Zaheer


The purpose of this research study is to find the impact of organizational resistance to change on BPR implementation. This paper proposed that Human related factors, Organization related factors and IT training are responsible for explaining the organizational resistance and have a positive impact on the success of BPR implementation. A questionnaire survey is conducted in the State Bank of Pakistan where BPR is done. The results have shown that explanatory factors influence the BPR implementation up to 65.7% and have a significant and positive impact on the latter. When the human related factors and organizational factors are taken care of, and proper IT training is given to the employees, it helps the organization to manage any resistance coming up with a change process, and hence it results in the successful implementation of BPR.

Keywords: Business Process Reengineering, Organizational Resistance, Change, Organization Related Factors, Human Related Factors, IT Training.


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