In order to flourish, people and organisations must change and adapt. Beckhard and Gleicher’s change formula not only helps you plan for successful change, but provides a way to diagnose the source of resistance during a change process. The change formula is: D × V × F > R Where: D is the level of dissatisfaction with the current state V is vision for the future F is the understanding of achievable first steps toward the vision R is resistance to the change Change requires us to get out of our comfort zone which means there is inevitably some level...
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