Schafer You may strive to achieve big goals, but when they are unattainable, they can be disappointed and give up on these aspirations and dreams. They can lose their drive to accomplish things in life and not complete anything. On the other hand, if a human has too much fear, they will constantly be living in fear and not taking the adequate chances that should be taken. Throughout this paper I will discuss the three strategies above as well as some other contributing factors to change in an organization. People often resist change based on fear of the unknown, fear of loss, fear of failure, disruption of interpersonal relations, personality, politics, and cultural assumptions and values.
Moving beyond resistance to restraint minimization: a case study of change management in aged care
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Aim: This case study describes a quality initiative to minimize restraint in an Australian residential aged care facility. Approach: The process of improving practice is examined with reference to the literature on implementation of research into practice and change management. The differences between planned and emergent approaches to change management are discussed. The concepts of resistance and attractors are explored in relation to our experiences of managing the change process in this initiative. The importance of the interpersonal interactions that were involved in facilitating the change process is highlighted. Implications: Recommendations are offered for dealing with change management processes in clinical environments, particularly the need to move beyond an individual mind-set to a systems-based approach for quality initiatives in residential aged care. Abstract Aim: This case study describes a quality initiative to minimize restraint in an Australian residential aged care facility.
Techniques for Overcoming Resistance to Change and Selection of Appropriate Technique
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Baker Published Engineering While some resistance to change is inevitable, this article suggests that inept management strategies can often cause the normal unease associated with a change to accelerate into more severe problems.