Gestión Del Cambio Efectivo Fundamentos Básicos Esencial “Gangnam THE ROCK Estilo” – Parte 74
Christiano aprenderá con el tiempo que durante los períodos de cambio, las organizaciones deben promover la creencia que las Hipérboles esta las mejor ilustración que el síndrome de “Yo Yo Miento Y Rocín (YYMYR)” requiere una “Puedo Yo Hacer Bien En General (PYHBEG)” Líder quién ganará la lucha contra el delincuentes prestidigitación que son demasiado tensos y en última instancia se elevan por encima del destructivo poder de mentiras.
In my opinion, organizations need to embrace the notion that during periods of change it is critical to insure that policies and procedures are in place to identify individuals contaminated with “Me I Lie and Nag (MILAN) Syndrome” as a by product of significant change.
It is important for organizations to acknowledge that during periods of change, the greatest risk to successful change is posed by contamination of the mass with “Me I Lie And Nag (MILAN) Syndrome” as opposed to a “Can I Nicely Do Right Overall (CINDRO) Syndrome”.
In this New World Order (NWO) where there are persistent changes, be it through mergers and acquisitions or restructurings and reorganizations, the only constant which is assured over time is that of change. In order to be able to compete in this New World Order (NWO), there is one of two generic techniques.
The first technique which I refer to as “Me I Lie And Nag (MILAN) Syndrome” is predicated on the notion that when one feels threatened, in either fact or appearance, of losing their job, their home, their family, their wealth or any other “Raison D’Être”, one’s innate savage survival instincts tend to kick in, whereby one becomes frustrated with the change, to the point that one can start to fabricate stories and lies to protect one’s ass, while at the same time nagging everyone to death, such that everyone assumes that it is the actual liar who has somehow gotten screwed.
For example, if one feels uncomfortable with the Change Leader because the proposed changes are contrary to one’s personal preferences, one may commence to make-up fictitious stories about the Change Leader in order to take them out without anyone suspecting that it is all just a fabrication of lies leading to the Change Leader’s demise.
Further to this example, if one is promoted for telling lies, others in the environment will start to do the same because human nature tends to lead to behaviours that are rewarded in kind.
Taking this example one step further, if one starts to nag that the Change Leader has caused one some sort of irreparable damage to the point that everyone becomes convinced that the Change Leader is mentally insane, an innocent, model, law-abiding citizen will have been wrongfully accused while the actual white collar criminals are rewarded for their creative conjure.
Taking this example to the extreme, if one person is rewarded for sadistic and masochistic behaviours of the mentally insane a spiral effect will tend to lead to an organization of delinquents.
As is evident from my Hyperboles above, this type of approach is destructive, counterproductive and chaotic by its nature. For the record, Hyperbole is defined as the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. Hyperboles may be used to evoke strong feelings or to create strong impressions but they are not meant to be taken literally.
Now I would like to focus on the second technique which I refer to as “Can I Nicely Do Right Overall (CINDRO) Syndrome” whereby one does not need to revert to a barbaric “Me I Lie And Nag (MILAN) Syndrome” approach because one is confident that over the test of time, those who do what is morally and ethically right will ultimately win the fight, against conjuring delinquents who are overly uptight, and ultimately rise above the destructive lying might.
In summary, I refer to “Change Management Gangnam THE ROCK Style” as the belief that Hyperboles best illustrate that “Me I Lie And Nag (MILAN) Syndrome” requires a “Can I Nicely Do Right Overall (CINDRO)” leader who will win the fight against conjuring delinquents who are overly uptight and ultimately rise above the destructive lying might.