This past weekend, I was looking at a new website and email host to migrate to.
I’m sitting there thinking, this is such a pain.
I don’t really want to mess with it, although it will be cheaper and better, maybe I’ll just stick with what I have.
Or I have a brand new laptop set up and ready to go, and I’m sitting here typing on the one where the screen is steadily removing itself from it’s frame and can be inoperable at any moment.
How dumb, I have better solutions right in front of me…
I think we all resist making changes when we’re completely comfortable with what we have, regardless of better, cheaper, easier options that might be available.
Are you responsible for managing change or user adoption in your work and face some resistance?
Do you take into account some of the changes that you’ve struggled with and possibly use that level of empathy to help see, feel, and understand what those individuals are going through?
Maybe you’ve found better success in one approach versus another, when it comes to your work and change management.