ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT

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Stop 4: Managing Constant Change

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Change Fatigue

In an age where change is happening all the time, people can suffer from what experts call “change fatigue.” What, exactly, is change fatigue? It refers to the amount of change an organization is experiencing compared to how much change it can handle. When changes occur frequently or in rapid succession, it can be too much for an organization and its staff to effectively handle, resulting in change fatigue.

 

This situation is often confused with resistance because the signs can look the same. However, staff who usually embrace change can appear resistant merely because they are burned out from experiencing too many changes overall or changes that have happened too rapidly.