The Human Factor in Force Field Analysis

Force Field Analysis
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Rexford Atunwey
HR Consultant, Ghana

The Human Factor in Force Field Analysis

The FFA is a great tool in analysing change. In a practical sense, the human factor is the most controversial force in either driving change or restraining change.
We are talking about apathy, ignorance, power, self interests, and antagonism among others. Especially in Africa.

 

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Implementation of Change in an Organisation
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Identifying Change Drivers
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Three Strategic Frameworks (Mulcaster)
👀The Human Factor in Force Field Analysis
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Force Field Diagram Assumptions
MSCS Concept in Force Field Analysis
Best Practices
Quotes by Kurt Lewin
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Origin of Force Field Analysis
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