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Biblical wisdom teaches: “There is no prophet in his own country.” Attached to the business, this phrase takes on a special meaning. Company employees are almost always critical of changes coming from within.
There are common situations when management attempts to change the existing state of affairs at an enterprise stumble upon a reinforced concrete barrier of rejection, worsen the psychological climate in the collective and destroy the corporate spirit.
Another reason why independent attempts to improve the structure of a business are failing is the elementary lack of necessary knowledge and skills of full-time employees.
In such a situation, the invitation of third-party specialists seems to be the most reasonable and expedient way to solve the problem. Experienced consultants invited from the outside take on the functions of impartial arbitrators who understand the company’s affairs in an unbiased, sober and competent manner. Continue reading