Change management processes are difficult. Often, despite a lot of effort, they aren’t ever carried out. There are various reasons for this. One of them is the employees. Perhaps they don’t understand why the change is important, or they’ve been through so many changes that they don’t have the energy for another one. Are you a manager in charge of change management processes every now and again? If so, read along and learn what to keep in mind for next time!
Do you also wonder why we don’t see more women in top management and boards of directors? Then read my interview with The Danish Women’s Society where we among others address our fixed gender structures.
Do you, as a manager, find that the transformations you try to carry out end up failing … And you can’t figure out why. In this article, you’ll get Customer Service Manager, Sannie Antony Skaanning’s best advice for a fruitful change.
Are you challenged by leading various generations simultaneously? Then you may find it helpful to familiarize yourself with theory on generations X, Y and Z. Just remember not to use the theory as a checklist and never without a more personalized management of the individual employee.