Bus 322 week 7 discussion
To break down resistance to organizational change, managers should be open to dialogue with employees and listen to their concerns. By understanding the individual perspectives of each employee involved in the change process—such as how it may affect them personally—managers can identify potential issues ahead of time and seek out solutions together.
Additionally, managers should amplify two-way communication with employees by recognizing different approaches to problem-solving; actively solicit input from employees on proposed changes; commit resources towards training initiatives focused on successful implementation; provide regular updates on progress along the way; be clear about expectations so everyone is held accountable for their part in making this transition successful; as well as spotlight success stories that come from embracing new ways of working within the organization. All these strategies will help foster a collaborative environment where employees will work together towards implementing positive changes without feeling threatened or overwhelmed by changes.