Did you ever wonder why change was such a hard thing to accomplish in the residential real estate industry? I have, so I did some research and here is what I learned.
When the processes involved in making something happen are overly complex just doing things the old way is complicated, change seems insurmountable. I just returned from the NAR Mid Year conference and no where are things more complicated than they are in our industry politics. Meeting on meeting to plan the time of the meeting to meet on the next meeting. As I wandered through the halls of the host hotels, I wondered. What happens with all of the results of these meetings? Is anything really accomplished? And if so, where do the results surface and what do they do to foster substantive change?