Insight on common attitudes towards change to keep in mind as you aim to introduce new processes, technology, management, personnel, wellness habits, etc. into your organization. The article warns that what makes short-term change appealing can also be its downfall. But for those struggling with getting people to take to change at all, pilot (short term) programs may be enough of a carrot to get the resistant moving. 


The key, as the article points out, is a conscientious transition from short-term implementations to longer-term routine – lest you lose momentum. It is significantly harder to jump start enthusiasm and engagement for a program that was allowed to go fallow before coming to fruition. This is especially true of Continuous Improvement and Employee Engagement efforts.