Organizational Change: How to Increase Driving Forces and How to Decrease Restraining Forces?

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Organizational Change: How to Increase Driving Forces and How to Decrease Restraining Forces?
Yaser Rasouli, Manager, Iran, Member
I could do with some practical advice increasing driving / decreasing restraining forces.
How can one increase driving forces? And how can one decrease restraining forces?
Any ideas or experiences are welcome...
 

 
Focus on Decreasing the Restraining Forces
David Inglis, Business Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
I usually only look at the restraining forces. The driving forces are usually in place and operate independently.
I score both types of force from +/-1 to +/-5 (negative for restraining forces of course) and look at the main -5 and -4's in particular to see what actions can be done to minimise these.
 

 
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Driving Forces X Restraining Forces
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How to Decrease Restraining Forces
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How to Increase the Driving Forces and to Decrease the Restraining Forces?
ABDULRAHMAN, Student (MBA), Saudi Arabia, Member
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'Over the Entire Period': What Kind of Time Period?
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Decrease Restraining Forces and Increase Driving Forces
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