Change: Lessons from a snake
Change is the space between the what was and the what will be. It is human nature that most individuals and collections of individuals – organisations – seek to avoid it, or avoid doing it too often.
This article uses an analogy of a snake’s lifecycle to explain the occasional necessity of change within an organisation and the importance of understanding the vulnerabilities and process of moving between the old and the new.
This is article 8 from the May edition of the Right Lane Review titled ‘Change-up’. All articles and article summaries from the Right Lane Review are posted on this knowledge site.