Given the global economic changes that began in 2008, we’ve been forced into a new way of working. Is your company burying its head in the sand, or taking the best that people have to give?
There are times when you, as a manager or executive, can take the time to architect a change-management process, much as I described in my previous column. Often, change management, even when intended to make changes easy to understand and transition, is bungled. And other times, change simply happens to us, and the test of our mettle comes with how we react to that change. Bury our heads in the sand and hope it blows over? Or figure out how we’re going to survive it, then embrace it and move forward?
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