There is a popular saying that the only thing that does not change is change and this is true for many areas of our lives since everything is in a state of flux. We age, our attitudes change, our atomic and cellular structure changes giving us new cells, skin layers and thought patterns over a period of time. Some fight change and others embrace it willingly. Being resistant to change will only hamper our own growth and we will be living in the past frozen in time and mostly immobile. This applies equally to the filed of Human Resources too.
It was Albert Einstein who observed, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at, when we created them.”
Thus, it shows that we need a new level, a deeper level of thinking – a paradigm based on the principles that accurately describe the territory of effective human being and interacting – to solve these deep concerns. It is also clear that all thinking is not the same, some vertical, some lateral , some ordinary while others are creative- all this needs a change of mindset, a new way of seeing reality.