The human element


Being able to maintain an inner calm amongst all the disruption and chaos will enable you to keep a perspective and make the right decisions.

“Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof.” -John Kenneth Galbraith 

If we accept that the world is changing, albeit that some areas are changing faster than others, and the change is going to be radical and fundamental, how will man react and cope if you consider that basically the human being remains the same and instinctively fears change with all the resulting consequences? Change management is one of the fastest growing industries, millions of pounds are being spent every year in managing change.

This section, the human element, is aimed at providing a very basic insight into the instincts of man. By referring to old sayings it tries to demonstrate that when we react in a negative and sometimes aggressive way to change it is as it has always been, and the remedies and how to avoid such situations in the first place are the same now as they have always been. There are no radical new findings but may be a reminder of what we already know can help avoid confrontation and stimulate co-operation.

The section also provides a perfect link between the chaos and disruption of the fourth industrial revolution and the 3CirclesofSuccess where the key component is leadership.


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