am + da

June, 2013

2You are at the head of a business entity with a workforce of several hundreds or thousands of people, all of whom have to constantly adapt to changes in the market. Your entity is in a state of continuous transformation. It has become almost a routine. However, you have recently been getting the impression that the involvement of people out in the field, at the grass roots, is beginning to wane…

When faced with a situation of this kind, experts in change management and psycho-social risks will advise you to implement a process of “consultation” and “dialogue” with the staff members in question, so as to enable them to get back on track by becoming “actors of change”. All well and good, but you already know that you have to do this; indeed, you have already done it, without achieving any tangible results. So, what exactly is going wrong? Read more

 
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