Understanding and Analyzing the Change Process
the pressure to develop new skills
the danger of looking stupid or incompetent in these new skill areas
the loss of professional status
the pressure of higher performance expectations
the pressure of higher accountability through better measurements, and
the danger of losing one’s job to increasing automation.
KeywordsChange Process Change Management Personality Type Typical Resistance Informatics System
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