Is This Still a Superficial Iceberg?
David Bovis, Business Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
I've been studying philosophy, psychology and theology for many years while a practising (lean+) change agent in many environments around europe and this model, as good as it is, still does what many other statements do in business, it says acceptance, attitudes and behaviours are the problem that must be managed, but doesn't say how to mange them, or what is to be known about them - the course I've designed and delivered (see here
) provides this knowledge in a practical way - answering Sobia's question above - how do you manage the change in oneself?
Once you can answer those questions, you can see very clearly that there is a psychological-systemic relationship
that unconsciously undermines change perpetuated by any standard system or approach to business that embodies assumption - for too many reasons than can readily be explained here.