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......Sign up
 

 
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 fro...Sign up
 

 
Consider the Change Forces over Time
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
When deploying Force Field Analysis, a frequent mistake is to regard it and its forces as a picture or a snapshot, typically taken at the beginning of...Sign up
 

 
Commitment to Change Influences Both Forces
Gandhi Heryanto, Management Consultant, Indonesia, Member
To increase the driving forces and to minimize the restraining forces are key to the success of a change. Both of these forces are derived from people...Sign up
 

 
Any Change Effort Requires BUY-IN
Benjamin Motlhabane, Consultant, South Africa, Member
At the heart of any resistance to change or restraining forces are: fear of the unknown, comfort zone syndrome, uncertainty, and sometimes, unclear an...Sign up
 

 
Driving and Restraining Forces
Keith Brown, HR Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
Useful reminders particularly that @forces may change over the length of the change process.
Organisational POL...Sign up
 

 
Sankofa
Greg Johnson, Coach, United States, Premium Member
Oftentimes, the client is quick to enter into discussions regarding the problems or challenges to implement change.
We apply a Sankofa* type disc...Sign up
 

 
People are Change - Validate
Gretchen Richards, Professor, United States, Member
People are the change; therefore, validate their efforts, concerns, and talents.
To validate does not mean to provide an hour session with each i...Sign up
 

 
Knowledge on Various Layers in Being and Tendencies Therein
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
With regard to augmenting the driving forces and decreasing the restraining forces, the KNOWLEDGE WITH REGARD TO DIFFERENT LAYERS OF BEING and the ten...Sign up
 

 
Driving Forces X Restraining Forces
NESTOR ALBUQUERQUE, Consultant, Brazil, Member
@David Inglis: David, wouldn't looking at the driving forces help beating the restraining ones?......Sign up
 

 
Figure the Type of Personality First
Barney Wade Howard, Manager, United States, Member
This is an interesting subject. At the individual level, change can be handled by most people if you know in advance their personality type. Whether a...Sign up
 

 
Happy Positive Thinking!
j boer, Netherlands, Member
How to Increase Driving Forces and How to Decrease Restraining Forces?
Change the tone of your thoughts from negative to positive.
Watch you...Sign up
 

 
Decrease Restraining Forces with Empathy
Ivan Kohlinsky, Management Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
From what I remember about FFA, when depicted diagrammatically one represented the relative strength/importance of positive and negative forces by the...Sign up
 

 
How to Decrease Restraining Forces
Goran Weihs, CxO / Board, Member
Manageing change resistance is not about selling grand visions. As Mr. @Benjamin Motlhabane rightly noted above it's...Sign up
 

 
How to Increase the Driving Forces and to Decrease the Restraining Forces?
ABDULRAHMAN, Student (MBA), Saudi Arabia, Member
This is a very interesting subject.
In organizational change we have to keep in mind the 8 s...Sign up
 

 
'Over the Entire Period': What Kind of Time Period?
j.a. karman, ICT Consultant, Netherlands, Member
@Jaap de Jonge: Excellent point. I am missing some views on the duration. A change project running 3 months is very ...Sign up
 

 
Frequency of Force Field Analysis
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
@J. A. Karman: Thank you. It depends on the circumstances how often you need to review the forces. Such circumstance...Sign up
 

 
Decrease Restraining Forces and Increase Driving Forces
Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
People don't resist change per se; they resist change that is not personally advantageous. “What’s in it for me?” is a universal reaction.
Buy-in...Sign up
 

 
 


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