The management team at the company I work for (in England) are all exceptionally experienced in their own fields. Most have a PhD or greater level of academic qualification and this goes with the territory of the industry.
The problem is that they are so well experienced and qualified, they don't feel the need to listen to their employees. Not about working conditions or on professional matters.
It is the old cliche of not being able to teach old dogs new tricks.
There is a high attrition rate of the more skilled employees and management have noticed this but refuse to believe they are to blame.
How can I convince this management team to listen to their employees?