Overcoming Individual and Structural Barriers to Change The topic of individual and structural sources of resistance to organizational change was previously explored in the first paper on this topic entitled “Resistance to Change: Overcoming Individual and Structural Barriers to Change.” The topic will be resumed in this paper which explores overcoming resistance to organizational change at NASA, however, as prompted by the feedback and recommendations of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board (CAIB). As such, the paper will also examine how the recommendations might, in and of themselves, provide ways to overcome the resistance to change at NASA, and thus become an effective part of their organizational change process. An individual’s...The end:
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