> People have to be told that the change is better for the company which
> will translate to better benefits to them in the long run.
People being told doesn't strike me as a "learning approach". I am also
not convinced that people need to see "better benefits to them in the long
run". Certainly not on any one-for-one model.
What is consistent with intelligent beings and organisational learning, is
that people need to be able to understand or make sense of what is being
proposed. This is a learning and development process rather than a
I maintain that what people want is a future that they can value and
participate in - not "better benefits".
Michael McMaster : Michael@kbddean.demon.co.uk
book cafe site : http://www.vision-nest.com/BTBookCafe
Intelligence is the underlying organisational principle
of the universe. Heraclitus
Michael McMaster <Michael@kbddean.demon.co.uk>
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