Ethics in Change Management

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Anupam Swarup
OD Consultant, United Arab Emirates

Ethics in Change Management

What does one do when as a change agent, one realizes that what is being asked will finally be damaging to the growth or health of the organization?
In one of my various change management assignments I came across such a situation and did what I thought was best. I wonder what others think?

  TOUN MATONG Joel Desire
Management Consultant, France
 

What Solutions?

It will be nice to share the solutions you used for such a situation.

  Gary Monti
Consultant/Educator, United States
 

Ethics in Managing Change

All one can do is what one feels is best. Sometimes that leads to a greater awareness in the organization of what is healthy and other times it means voting with your feet. This is one of the biggest challenges in change management. When greed and or fear show up and dominate a situation people get hurt. Standing up to that may mean "taking a bullet" yourself. Or, it could be appreciated by the powers-that-be and effective change management occurs.

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Australia
 

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OD Consultant, United Arab Emirates
 

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