Managing Change and Wisdom

I'm happy to report that management professor Sandy Piderit has a new blog called The Wisdom of Managing Change, where she blogs about organizational change, leadership, sustainability, and more.

Sandy has some great posts. In this one, she challenges the common assumption that people always resist change, and suggests that it may be more common to find ambivalence, rather than resistance.

In another one, about the ramifications of downsizing and layoffs, Sandy asks some good strong questions such as: "How many companies include in a layoff plan a way to capture the organizational knowledge that may be uniquely held by some of the employees who will be downsized?"

Great question, Sandy. Keep on blogging.

Posted by Terrence Seamon, October 7, 2008

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