It's said that the challenge of improvement is 10% technical and 90% people-related.
Although nuts and bolts have to be right for implementing change, a workforce's buy-in is generally the make-or-break factor in continuous improvement.
The most likely reason that people resist change is its bad track record. If a plan offers a credible prospect for low risk, high reward, and minimal cost, getting buy-in is not nearly as difficult.
Expert Sean Fields joins Adam to discuss in depth why people resist change.
If you are about to make a big change in your business, don't miss this episode!