Resistance to organizational change may be caused by:
a. employee perceptions that the new conditions have higher costs and fewer benefits for them.
b. the psychological cost of uncertainty about the personal risks involved in the change.
c. employees wanting to prove that change effort won't work because they dislike the change agent or the action is contrary to their recommendations.
d. All of these may cause resistance to change.
e. None of these causes resistance to change.
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d. All of these may cause resistance to change. There are many reasons for resisting change, including... View the full answer