One of the toughest nuts to crack for a manager delivering change is overcoming resistance. We've alluded to this issue in earlier lessons, but here Kim Cameron examines a famous management model: Kurt Lewin's field theory of change, which is just a clever way of saying that for any change you want to implement, there will be forces supporting your efforts and forces opposing them.
In this short selection Cameron looks at what you can do to accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative. The selection talks about culture change, but the model and advice applies just as well to any change you are trying to implement.
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