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Change is Most of the Times Selfish
Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
The problem I find with change is that in most cases, it favors the organization more than the employees....Sign up
 

 
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ikechukwu Nwabuisi, Consultant, Nigeria, Member
If the change is well structured, subject to its definition, I think its more of an advantage to the employees....Sign up
 

 
Re: Change is Most of the Times Selfish
Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
I'm having a hard time understanding how employees can benefit more than the organisation from change taking into considerations the fact that organis...Sign up
 

 
Solution Management in Context
ikechukwu Nwabuisi, Consultant, Nigeria, Member
Yeah, I quite agree with you to some extent Rose. It is also in this regard that organizations are very much particular about staff trainings, they ar...Sign up
 

 
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Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
Very true Ik (if I may call you that). But we know that in real life situations, that is not always practical. Organisations don't always try to chang...Sign up
 

 
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ikechukwu Nwabuisi, Consultant, Nigeria, Member
I would say I quite agree with your point Rose. But permit me to point out here that management of every organization unconsciously improve the creati...Sign up
 

 
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Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
Thank God I adapted to the change (though not without some difficulties from the start)cos personally, I don't run away from work. When I have the opp...Sign up
 

 
Employees Benefit from Change
Drazen, Entrepreneur, Australia, Member
From my interpretation I believe that employees benefit from change. Surely some of them may be laid off, but they are also learning and these types o...Sign up
 

 
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Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
There's nothing wrong with organisations benefitting more. But the point here is employees are most often overlooked in the event of a change, I guess...Sign up
 

 
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ikechukwu Nwabuisi, Consultant, Nigeria, Member
Most importantly is ones' definition of change. Change can come in different form but as long as it is within an organization, the employees who are t...Sign up
 

 
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Ugama Rose, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
Welcome back Ik. I'd like to rest my case because we both are obviously looking at the issue from two different angles, while you are looking at this ...Sign up
 

 
Change Benefits Matrix
Jagdish B Acharya, Consultant, India, Premium Member
Let us accept the fact that no management will do a change that does not benefit it. The matrix is drawn below to explain all outcomes.
Change ty...Sign up
 

 
Update to Employees Benefit from Change
Drazen, Entrepreneur, Australia, Member
I acknowledge that employees often get overlooked but it is their option to serve the organisation at the same time. No one forces an employee to be t...Sign up
 

 
Employee Change Versus Organizational Change
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
Organizations need to change to survive as their economic and environmental conditions change. When an organization changes, employees typically ha...Sign up
 

 
Change Acceptance in Management
Randommax, Member
But what do we do then, when change is not accepted by management itself?
The goals are clearly stated, yet they bend rules just so they ...Sign up
 

 
Non-acceptance of Change by Management
D P BABU, Strategy Consultant, India, Member
Change when initiated by employee groups, peers and stakeholders in an organization becomes upward and may be difficult to be acknowledged by manageme...Sign up
 

 
 


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