Change management seminar
- Components of change management
- Conflict management
- Separate the function from the person
- Change environment
- Path and confusion
- Double constraint/Blind
- Feedback to erase drift
- Deal with people and use social pressure
- Initiate change
The first thing we highlighted during the seminar was about seeing changes and how the fact that we see it affect our attitude.
Unseeing changes lead people to act normally and they are not trying to resist. Their environment is equal and stable. With respect to situation where changes are noticeable resistance appears, because there is a disruption in the routine.
How can we define ?routine?? Routine is composed by two elements:
-Lower energy (consumption)
Indeed, where changes are not noticeable, that means we are in the position to act without resistance, where everything is at its place. We can this way maximize our path in order to go straight.
Indeed, where changes are not seeable, that means we are in the position to act without resistance, where everything is at its place. We can this way maximize our path in order to go straight. For example: the way between my home and the railway station is determined. I know where to walk and how to pass obstacles. I can almost do it eyes closed. I lowered my consumption of energy, and it can be proven by the fact that I can barely remember the way I have been through when I reach the station. This is because; I disconnected my mind from the action of going down. I used automatism. What if we introduce a construction walk in the middle of the way? For sure I ?wake up?, I modify my way and I ?must? think how to do it. This is resistance.