Organizational change is hard. The following syllogism, while popular, doesn’t explain why.

Major premise: Attempts at business change fail more often than they succeed.

Minor premise: When something goes wrong, it must be someone else’s fault (with “someone else” defined as “someone I can safely call them“).

Conclusion: Business change fails because employees (them to far too many business executives and managers) just naturally resist all change. Why? Because they’re too stupid to understand that all change is good.