The Psychology of Organizational Change | Technology-assisted learning | Scoop.it
Most organizational change ignores brain science and psychology research. Leaders today must understand and apply the knowledge of behavioral psychology and the lessons from brain science to manage organizational change successfully. In the past, efforts at organizational change focused on the structural aspects of organizations have systematically failed because they have neglected the reality that change doesn't happen without individual people changing their thinking, beliefs and behavior.
Via Patti Kinney