Resolving Other Issues
The process of change is beset with many issues, apparent and hidden. Regardless of the extent of planning, organizational skills or foresight, issues that may derail the initiative invariably come up, for both the external environment that guides the change initiative and the emotions of internal human resources who have to carry the burden of the change remain fluid and unpredictable beyond a point.
Success of the change management process depends on the project managers and leaders anticipating a plethora of issues. It's important that they try to pre-empt them as far as possible, taking cognizance of issues as they come up and adopting prompt resolution measures, the drivers of change showing flexibility to cope with changes within change that may lead to issues, and more.
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