A story about employees, who fought against the new system at work. They were unwilling to change and earn a new way of doing things.


Written by TimoK
1077 days ago


Thank you for the insight! Indeed, this is a team play - everyone needs to be on the same line and agree or understand why the change is necessary.



Written by bigmoneyweb
1078 days ago

Well wriiten. Your management discusses problems and necessary changes, but you need to have the same discussions with the people who implement the changes—the employees. Everyone must agree on the problems and why they need solutions. People don't argue with what they help create. You'll get team members' buy-in through their participation. That's one way to stop it. "Talking about it" Thanks for sharing.

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