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Force Field Analysis 2 2009

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Use this tool to review how factors are effecting your oprganization.

Use this tool to review how factors are effecting your oprganization.

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    • Force Field Analysis Ryan Gunhold City University
    • Force Field Analysis …Use this simple tool to find out those things that are helping your organization (Driving forces) move in the right direction, and those things that are hurting them (Restraining forces).
    • Force Field Analysis . . . Explores the forces for and against a change Any change situation can be analyzed in terms of the forces at work. •Restraining Forces are realities that keep the situation from moving toward a more desired state. •The Driving Forces are realities that move the situation in the direction of the more desired state. Current Driving Forces Restraining Forces Situation
    • Force Field Diagram Worse Current Desired Situation Situation Situation Driving Forces Restraining Forces
    • Steps in Force Field Analysis: u Establish the change to be made u Brainstorm the driving and restraining forces u Prioritize list by multi-voting or nominal group techniques u Select restraining forces to eliminate or reduce u Select some driving forces to strengthen u Develop possible solutions u Implement plan
    • Tips/Hints - Force Field u Use this tool as a method to involve employees throughout the project u Use when major obstacles are impeding progress u Use complementary techniques to increase involvement, i.e., brainstorming, multi- voting, nominal group technique u Focus on reducing restraining forces - can help when group is stuck