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Ethics during an Organisational Change project
During an organisational change project, you are managing one of the projects about tools and processes renewal. Still, you see that people affected by the change are not taken in the right account.

Basically, they are forced to adapt or invited to leave (once you heard a manager saying "shape up or ship out").

As you are not involved in the change management process, do you think you should provide some feedback to the change management team?
Or raise your doubt to your boss (who's not involved in the change management)?
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There are two main strategy to create a change: by evolution of by revolution. As you now revolution are bloody but it seems the strategy your organization has selected to do that. So, understand the strategy first before say something. Just my recommendation.
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1 reply by Fabio Rigamonti
Mar 03, 2020 10:37 AM
Fabio Rigamonti
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Thanks for your comment.

Understanding the strategy can have an impact on what I'm experiencing
Fabio -

I think it is fair to raise this from a fairness or from a risk perspective to the sponsor and/or steering committee but your ability to affect the change management approach will come down to your influence & persuasion.

Kiron
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1 reply by Fabio Rigamonti
Mar 04, 2020 3:40 PM
Fabio Rigamonti
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Thanks Kiron, yes, you are right.
Personal influence may be one of the keys...
Dear Fabio,

When it comes to providing feedback, I think they should act on top strategies.
The fact that the change management process is running should have some strategic intent.
If they are against their strategic intent, they should not provide feedback.
Mar 02, 2020 3:37 PM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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There are two main strategy to create a change: by evolution of by revolution. As you now revolution are bloody but it seems the strategy your organization has selected to do that. So, understand the strategy first before say something. Just my recommendation.
Thanks for your comment.

Understanding the strategy can have an impact on what I'm experiencing
Mar 02, 2020 3:57 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Fabio -

I think it is fair to raise this from a fairness or from a risk perspective to the sponsor and/or steering committee but your ability to affect the change management approach will come down to your influence & persuasion.

Kiron
Thanks Kiron, yes, you are right.
Personal influence may be one of the keys...

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