What are your thoughts on implementing organizational change?

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Nate Bennett (Author, Associate Dean & Professor, Georgia State University)

Nate Bennett talks about his approach to the issue of organizational change when he is working with a business client. He discusses the difficulties that arise with change within organizations including resistance from employees who are comfortable with the status quo. He provides examples to demonstrate how difficult change can be for people and why it makes sense to be patient and take it slow when it comes to change management. Bennett explains why in many cases it is better to make simple changes rather than to take on big complicated transformations which may be impossible to implement.


About Author

Nate Bennett

Author, Associate Dean & Professor, Georgia State University

Nate Bennett, Ph.D., is an Associate Dean & Professor at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. Over the years, he has won numerous awards for his teaching. He is co-author (with Stephen Miles) of "Riding Shotgun: The Role of the COO" and is also the academic advisor to the COO Circle, a group Chief Operating Officers from the world's largest companies and most impactful non-profits.

Interviewed By

Vanessa Tyler

Vanessa Tyler

Sarder TV Journalist, and Emmy Award-Winning Journalist & Anchor

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