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Why Change? Why Not?

Clare Elliott, 11th December 2017

One of the biggest mistakes we business people make is executing the plan/do model. We plan, and then expect people to do. We forget about that middle stage of exploration, thinking, mistaking, learning, testing, accepting, supporting and struggling. For some odd reason, we see the middle stage as a sign of weakness.

In reality, just about every change theorist will tell us that, contrary to our conceptions, questioning how we do things is the most significant sign of potential success. After all, change isn’t in the big things; change is the little learning stages along the way. None of us popped out the womb as managers, educators, and leaders. We all had to start somewhere.

Why change? Why not? by Duane Dike

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