Do Employees’ Artificial Intelligence Attitudes Affect Individual Business Performance?
Yunus Emre TAŞGİT*, Yasemin BAYKAL*, Utku Can AYDIN*, Abdullah YAKUPOĞLU* and Mehmet COŞKUNER*
Düzce University, Turkey*
Abstract: Employee performance, which is accepted as one of the most critical reasons for organizational success, changes day by day depending on different factors, although its scope and level of influence are different. In today's business world, the most important factor affecting employee performance is adaptation to changing technology. The purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between employees' artificial intelligence attitude and individual work performance. The research was designed as a relational survey model, one of the quantitative research methods. The data were collected by questionnaire technique. SPSS was used in the data analysis process. Findings were obtained through the data obtained from a total of 573 participants. According to the results of the research, the positive artificial intelligence attitude of the employees has a positive effect on task performance and contextual performance, and a negative effect on counterproductive work behaviour. On the other hand, negative artificial intelligence attitudes of employees negatively affect task performance and contextual performance, while positively supporting counterproductive work behaviour.
Keywords: Positive Artificial Intelligence Attitude, Negative Artificial Intelligence Attitude, Task Performance, Contextual Performance, Counterproductive Work Performance.