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By Victoria Harrer, Organizational Change Management Practice Lead, Arbela Technologies
Don’t let change resistance derail your next project! Even if the project provides a critical improvement to a problem that has been plaguing your organization for years, there can still be resistance to the change. Comfort with the status quo is extraordinarily powerful. Fear of moving into an unknown future state creates anxiety and stress, even if the current state is painful.
When preparing for a change initiative, spend time before the project launches to look at likely sources of resistance. Most often, you will know the area or group that will provide the greatest resistance to the change. Use this knowledge to be proactive about where resistance is likely to come from and the objections that drive this resistance. Then, act ahead of time before the resistance impacts the project.
Try using these five steps to help manage change resistance on your next project:
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