1.What symptoms of resistance to change have you experienced? Have you experiencedboth active and passive forms? Have you experienced them as a resistor yourself (as arecipient of change)? Have you experienced them as someone responsible for themanagement of change (as an initiator of change)?
Which of the various reasons for resisting change do you believe to be the mostcommon? What are your “top three” in this regard?Which of the various reasons for resisting change do you believe to be the most difficultto deal with (as a manager)? What are your “top three” in this regard?When senior managers resist change at the strategic level, they are in a position tocause more damage than employees resisting changes at the operational level. Haveyou worked in a company where you believe that management resistance to changemay have existed? As a manager yourself, what would you try to do to prevent this fromhappening?Which approach to the management of resistance attracts you? What is the reason foryour choice? For example, is it because you think it to be the most effective or does italso relate to a view that you have about how people should be managed?
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