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The developing and testing of KIWEST -

The developing and testing of KIWEST -
a Survey Target in Knowledge Intensive Work Environments

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    • The developing and testing of KIWEST ---- a Survey Target in Knowledge Intensive Work Environments Kirsti Godal Undebakke, Marit Christensen, Siw Tone Innstrand, Monica Lillefjell, Line Oldervoll, Geir Arild Espnes.
    • – The sector’s need for a tool – Based on theory and empirical findings – Use of data in future research Important starting points:
    • Development steps: • Literature, Qualitative pilot interviews, test study → KIWEST 0.7 • Questionnaire survey process at a faculty at UiO (70 employees), survey and feedback process → KIWEST 0.9 • Questionnaire survey process at NTNU (5600 employees, 150 units), survey and feedback process → KIWEST 1.0
    • Job- demands Job- resources Positive experiences Negative experiences Positive and negative consequences Developed from the Job Demands-Resources model (JD-R) Bakker & Demerouti 2006 KIWEST 1,0
    • Job- demands Job- resources Positive experiences Negative experiences Positive and negative consequences Work tasks: -Job autonomi -Task completion ambiguity -Empowering leadership -Recognition -Social support from supervisors -Competency demands -Unfair work tasksrettferdige arbeidsoppgaver -tidspress Organization – -Fairness of the supervisor -Trust regarding management -Goal clarity -Innovation -Resources -Role conflict Colleges: -Cohesion in work teams -Social community at work -Social climate -Inclusiveness, the social responsibility -Dysfunctional support -Conflicts Work engasjement Work – home conflict Work – home facilitation Meaning of work Workaholism Commitment to the workplace
    • Results: Did it work according to the expectations? • Statistically: – Yes, sensitivity and validity testing by factor analyses and Cronbach`s alpha was satisfactory in most parts of the instrument • Practically as a work environment developmental tool: – Yes, where leaders are positive to the instrument and the process and put it into their context – Yes, the instrument seem to release a focus on resources rather than demands – a health promoting approach
    • What now? • There is a need for continuous development of the instrument • A few scales where removed, instead some new are included and some new ones are under consideration • Size of the instrument are a crucial factor for response rate • So - a new version launched at June 13. → KIWEST 1.0 • Will now be used in the University – University College sector • We aim to work for continuous development of the instrument • Based both on the practical use in the workplaces and the research on the instrument
    • Thank you for your attention!