Change Needs You, Or It Fails
February 24, 2009
Change is hard.
And I think it is doubly hard when there is a technology aspect to it.
As Michael Fillios writes here, Change is the heart more than the head.
It may be that sales rep keeping a shoebox full of contact information, or a software coder who refuses to document, it is a people issue, it is an emotional issue.
I don’t claim to have the answers.
Because it is something that I still have to work a on a daily basis.
The SMB Takeaway
As hard as change can be, it will be harder if you as the leader don’t embrace change.
If you do not support change clearly, the message to the people in your organization will be that change does not matter.
That the way we always do it around here will live on.
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NOTE: It was a snowy Sunday a few weeks ago when I cobbled this together, I was sitting watching feathery creatures flit around the yard (image), since then, a few other blogs have articulated the challenge with change, so for some linky goodness;
And Vaughan Merlyn’s series of posts; Marketing and Leading Organizational Change