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usswa larib
Student (MBA), Pakistan
My question is this: when an organization wants to bring change in the organization, we know that if employees are in favour of the change then we reward them and if they are not then they are punched. So in what way we punish those employees who are not in favour of change? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  D P BABU
Strategy Consultant, India
 

Punishment to Unwilling Employees?

A change strategy needs to break the conventional mindsets and shape them towards newer goals and values. While evolving the change strategy, necessary tools and techniques are to be devised for changing the existing perceptions of employees unwilling towards change, by making them understand the value proportions necessitating change. Of course, the carrot and stick approach is also one among the techniques, but only to a certain percentage of employees.

  ashlam nohur
Management Consultant, Mauritius
 

Dealing with Unwilling Employees

Redeploy them and put people who are willing to ha (...)

  Mtukula
Entrepreneur, Malawi
 

Punishing Unwilling Employees

I am in agreement with D.P. Babu. Often managers r (...)

  David Wilson
Manager, Canada
 

Unwilling Employees

Perhaps the thing to do is to understand why there (...)

  Andrea Kelly
 

Even Positive Employees Could be Against the Change

In change management you will have persons reactin (...)

  Mayank Sharma
Manager, India
 

Punishment to Unwilling Employees

Any kind of punishment to employees unwilling to c (...)

  Andrea Kelly
 

Top Management as Role Model

I certainly agree with you Mayank. However there a (...)

  Gianguido Bragagnini
Manager, Italy
 

Direct Involvement ..

A change management process creates always 2 kinds (...)

  Jagdish B Acharya
Consultant, India
 

How to Bring About Change

First of all, never use the word 'punishment' in t (...)

  Andrea Kelly
 

Careful Evaluation of Resistance to Change

I certainly agree with you Jagdish about evaluatin (...)

  Dr Robin C Hesler
 

Punishment to Employees Unwilling to Change Doesn't Work

I agree with @David Wilson: There is always a reas (...)

 

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