# Force Field Analysis Paper Homework Help

Force Field Analysis Paper Homework Help

Force Field Analysis Paper Homework Help

Hi Yahima, thank you for your post.  I make it a goal to learn something new each session and this was my opportunity.  Although I’ve heard about Force Field Analysis (FFA) I really didn’t know much about it in terms of a change model.  I thought it was more of a way to decide whether or not change was appropriate.  Although not the best way to learn, YouTube is can provide some good overviews of certain things.  So I went to YouTube and spent some time learning about FFA.  I learned that it was originally developed by Kurt Lewin, the same person whose Unfreeze-Change-Refreeze change model came from.
Using FFA in relation to the project you’ve developed for our Chamberlain ER, what would be 2-3 driving forces for the change and then 2-3 restraining forces.  Being a hypothetical scenario, you may have to speculate and imagine, but see what you can come up with.
If anyone is interested in learning a little about FFA, here is a helpful YouTube video I found:
Lewin’s Force Field Analysis

Force Field Analysis Paper Homework Help

Hi Yahima, thank you for your post.  I make it a goal to learn something new each session and this was my opportunity.  Although I’ve heard about Force Field Analysis (FFA) I really didn’t know much about it in terms of a change model.  I thought it was more of a way to decide whether or not change was appropriate.  Although not the best way to learn, YouTube is can provide some good overviews of certain things.  So I went to YouTube and spent some time learning about FFA.  I learned that it was originally developed by Kurt Lewin, the same person whose Unfreeze-Change-Refreeze change model came from.
Using FFA in relation to the project you’ve developed for our Chamberlain ER, what would be 2-3 driving forces for the change and then 2-3 restraining forces.  Being a hypothetical scenario, you may have to speculate and imagine, but see what you can come up with.
If anyone is interested in learning a little about FFA, here is a helpful YouTube video I found:
Lewin’s Force Field Analysis