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Teamwork and transitions

Relationships with team members during times
of change can have a
significant impact on productivity and job
satisfaction, writes
Caroline Forrest

The previous change management article (IN, 1 April) described the process of transition that we go through as individuals in response to external changes. It involves saying goodbye to old ways of working and embracing the new, but also requires a period of psychological adjustment as we accommodate those losses and gains.

Managing transitions

This article will develop the theme of managing transitions to explore the impact of external changes on how teams of people work together. Few of us work completely in isolation, and the way we relate to other people in our team can determine how happy and productive we are, both individually and as a service.

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