by: Staubus, Martin
Source: The Beyster Institute
People are homeostatic – they don't like change. At least not without a good reason that makes the change attractive. So academic studies and real-world experience are chock full of examples of situations in which a company's senior management devised a new and better way to get work done – cheaper, faster, more efficient – only to have the employees sandbag the change initiative. The solution? Give them a stake in the upside.
Link: Change Management: Getting Employees on Board
Publication Date: 2013-09-16