Evolutionary psychology is yielding insights for CEOs trying to navigate organizational change during a merger, writes Andrew Goldberg. Winning over the workforce with a single speech or meeting isn't possible because that's not the way our brains are built, Goldberg writes. "[A]ddressing large groups ... does not get to the small group trust issue wired into our brains," he writes. "CEOs are likely to [be] better off with a limited amount of time with small groups of under 10 employees, about the size of a stone age grouping."

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