Category Archives: Organisational change

Why does organisational change create so much resistance?

As anyone who works for an organisation will have experienced (and, for some, this will be a constant), organisational change is not easy. Regardless how well intentioned the change is, some employees will still try to avoid, resist, or event sabotage organisational … Continue reading

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Are you prepared for the storm?

One influential theory, developed by Tuckman, focuses on team functioning. It proposes that when a group of people come together to achieve an objective, they go through a series of stages, leading to a final mature stage that equates to … Continue reading

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Fisher with combats on the pontoon

Recently I was invited to participate in a resilience session ahead of an organisational restructuring and consulted on what could be covered in that session. The change curve was proposed. I suggested that if I saw another change curve I … Continue reading

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