The following are the key takeaways gained from experience in facilitating enterprise-level change.
A commonly held belief is that, in general, people's instinct is to resist change. What is supposedly seen as resistance is actually people's reaction to the potentially negative impact of change on them. It is therefore obvious that if people believe that the change is beneficial for them, they will not react negatively toward it.
It can thus be concluded that resistance to change is a myth. It can also be inferred that the so-called resistance is just a symptom of an underlying problem.
Some of the causes of resistance include the following: