Identifying those who are stopping the change process in an organization is not an easy job. In several cases these persons are hidden in the crowd but are trying to make the change fail by spreading fake messages and rumors and in other cases putting obstacles during the normal activity of the company.
Have you ever found any of these hidden stoppers? how did you do it?
This is a great question and one that I am not sure is easy to solve for. A book that was recommended to me by a mentor, Tribal Leadership, discusses the different phases a team has to pass through on its was to effective collaboration. Might be a good reference point/exercise to determine were each member is within the organization, and then manage from there. To gain an efficient macro perspective, implementing daily organizational satisfaction questions to each employee could help a team better diagnose issues.
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