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Changes in general are difficult and, in most cases, we live them more like a threat than an opportunity. As we all know, these resistors are not random, but part of the deep survival mechanism that humans have developed over thousands of years. In any case, in order to be successful with changes we have to involve employees in them; Therefore we have to implement an effective communication policy that, one way or another, they share. Employees should see changes not as a mere imposition but as a strategic need to improve and, why not, for survival. We have to approach it not as a "necessary evil" but as an opportunity to better adapt to the times, to environment, clients, ultimately to become more competitive. From the engagement and participation, employees internalize the changes better. Besides, a good workout plan that will help to build new work habits is also needed. Create and train new good routines. Changes are hard, but if employees understand and feel that they ha (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  srinivas, Lecturer, India

Difficulties in Changes

For one step in a positive direction, one needs to (...)

  Zinnia Umana, Manager, El Salvador

Organizational Change Starts in the Minds

Change starts in the mind. Creating a proper minds (...)

  Bernhard Keim, Business Consultant, Germany

Don't Change for Change, But for Need

Change is more than just being different. Behavior (...)

  Paul Martins, Management Consultant, Nigeria

Change for Survival and Continuity Requires Good Communication

Organizations need periodic reviews of their objec (...)

  jorge anibal hoyos hoyos, Manager, Colombia

The Success of the Change Depends on the Top Management

You can not change anything in any company if the (...)

  Dil Prasad Shrestha, PhD, Management Consultant, Nepal

Change Management Requires Need and Mind

Yes, as @ explains, change starts from the mind. I (...)

  Algia-Bernadette, Student (University), Trinidad and Tobago

Organization Change Management

Change begins with the individuals. It is in the m (...)

  Kabesha, Zambia

Change Management Needs External Force

Despite putting everything in place to move the mi (...)

  Ravi Krishnamurthy, Consultant, India

Dialogue-driven Communication - the Backbone for Successful Change

Once the Board and management have decided on the (...)

  FREDDY VILLAVICENCIO, Business Consultant, Venezuela

Whwn You Change your Perspective You Change your Behavior

I am very aligned with the three first comments, I (...)

  JORGE GALLARDO, Professor, Ecuador

Change - it is Fascinating

Change is freshness, it is renewal, it is updating (...)

  Briolett, Manager, Canada

Change Management

Two ideas for you to think about! 1. Change is un (...)

  jorge anibal hoyos hoyos, Manager, Colombia

No-Generic Blanket Statements are Permitted

The contents of the communications, the vested int (...)

  Ravi Krishnamurthy, Consultant, India

Create Involvement and Communicate the Strategic Need to Change to All Stakeholders

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