Barriers that may prevent the provision of optimally healthy meals | Nutrition Health and Wellness | Chamberlain College of Nursing
Lack of Resources: This barrier can refer both to personnel such as insufficient staff or a limited budget but also more broadly to any gaps in material items needed to effectively execute tasks. For instance, if the necessary technology isn’t available or certain supplies are unavailable due then this could lead to delays or prevent work from getting done altogether.
Communication Issues: Poor communication between decision makers and those responsible for implementation can create confusion and misunderstandings resulting in an inefficient workflow. Furthermore, if there is no clear channel through which feedback can be provided then it becomes harder for employees to provide input on how best proceed when running into problems.
Attitudes/Beliefs: In some cases the beliefs held by certain individuals within an organization may be at odds with the values being promoted leading them to be resistant towards change. This may manifest itself as passive aggression when dealing with team members who don’t share their views further complicating matters as they try to move forward.