Catholic Church

Change Management on a Millennial Scale

At the best of times Change Management is a difficult and erroneous task where strategies and mitigation techniques are employed to ensure staff either remain at their job or where efforts help them to move on to another.  The whole process is fraught with difficulty, emotional turmoil and outright frustration on both sides. Comparatively, the whole practice has been analysed and examined to such an extent that losing your job is similar to finding out you’re about to die (refer to the Kubler-Ross model).

It occurred to me recently that in order for true Change Management to happen, people must die. 


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