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Is it true that people hate change? | Stefan Stern

27th November 2017 | Stefan Stern, Cary Cooper

In this video Stefan Stern discusses the myth that people hate change. By including your employees in the change process through consultation, change becomes something people are part of instead of something done to them, and they become more receptive to it as a result.

Uncover the myths that dominate popular conceptions of management, and become a better manager with the compelling, well-researched and practical Myths of Management.

Stefan Stern writes for the Guardian and the FT, where he was the management columnist between 2006 and 2010. He is visiting professor in management practice at Cass Business School and is Director of the High Pay Centre.

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