When embarking on a change project in organisations, it is important that everybody knows what they should do differently. It might, for example, involve following up the results of an employee survey or redirecting the organisation towards new strategic goals. What is required to achieve change? The answer – changed behaviour. Because it is only when we do something differently that change takes place.
Increased knowledge and understanding surrounding behaviour and what governs it is important in order to successfully deliver change. Here is the answer to the question of what triggers us to act, and what leads to the opposite. An insight into the subject of behavioural science together with clear examples. A good start if you are about to initiate concrete change measures.