How do we internalise change, how do we deal with it, what attributes of a change make it easier to accept and work with?
It is puzzling when it comes to this subject, that in organisations, over the last 3-4 decades, around 70% of changes are considered as being unsuccessful. Several studies over the years have highlighted pretty much the same figures.
What makes it so? The answer is not cut and dry, and majority of the suggestions provided revolve around people. How do people deal with change when it happens, how they internalise it, it is individual and context dependant.
We’re human and as such, many human factors do stand in the way: emotions, conflicts, misunderstandings, expectations (too low, too high), how we influence and how we allow the world around to influence us, unconscious patterns of behaviour, biases, and more.
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