Measuring resistance to change in a company
Category: Business and Money > Consulting
Asked by: jiiiif-ga
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16 Nov 2006 19:52 PST
Expires: 16 Dec 2006 19:52 PST
Question ID: 783465
Resistance to change is a natural behaviour, and should be expected by employees in a company. When implementing improvement in processes that are unefficient, and that demand from employees that they work in a different way, resistance is inevitable. My question is thus: Is suppose it is possible to quantify/measure this resistance at any given time, for example by doing a survey in the company. If I am right and such surveys exists, how can I obtain them?
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Re: Measuring resistance to change in a company
From: johnfrommelbourne-ga on 19 Nov 2006 06:01 PST
A very interesting question and one that I am extemely inetrested in as I worked in an environment where my role was basically to change practices, process lines or introduce new equipment that forced change to practices significantly. Resistance was always strong no matter how obvious the need for change and even middle management was not a great supporter. I hope you get a good answer but perhaps some GA's have seen it as a little too complex and difficult. JFM
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