Making changes

  1. How do you make changes in your work environment when management has a reputation for being resistant to staff input?

    How do you help them see the light and listen to you?

    What has worked for you? Any personal examples?
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  2. 2 Comments

  3. by   llg
    Depends what kind of changes you want to make.

    There are some changes that you can make without management's help. For example, you and your colleagues could decide to treat each other better -- and succeed in doing that without anybody's help. But other types of changes are virtually impossible to make without management support. So, pick your battles carefully.
  4. by   Davey Do
    Quote from Lev <3
    How do you make changes in your work environment when management has a reputation for being resistant to staff input?
    Quote from llg
    There are some changes that you can make without management's help. For example, you and your colleagues could decide to treat each other better -- and succeed in doing that without anybody's help.
    Amen. Administration at Wrongway Regional Medical Center are a bunch of parochial-sighted pencil necked bureaucratic money grubbing geeks who, in action, don't give a flying care about staff.

    Co-worker cohesiveness is what gets us through.

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