DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1323

Neurohistology-Based Enterprise Organizational Change Model under Empathy Mechanism

Minghua Han, Daliang Zheng

Abstract


This paper aims to disclose the effect of individual organization members, especially their implicit attitude, on corporate organizational change (COC). From the perspective of nurohistology, the author explored the effect of implicit attitude on corporate organizational change (COC), and created the COC model under empathy mechanism. Through detailed analysis, it is concluded that the individual resistance to the COC can be mitigated if the corporate organization understands the neural basses of the formation and change of the implicit attitude among individual members. Besides, the enterprise should rely on empathy mechanism to resolve the negative impacts of individual implicit attitude on the COC. This research provides a positive guide on the successful implementation of the COC.

Keywords


Empathy Mechanism, Corporate Organizational Change (COC), Model, Implicit Attitude, Neurohistology

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