(12 Editable Slides)
(12 Editable Slides)
Presentations are everyday thing in the present corporate scenario. It can be a straight forward problem solving session where the manager has to convey the proposed idea to the team for deciding what has to be done with a certain issue or it can be a project analysis with complete discussion of possible obstacles in the path and the ways to handle them successfully. From conceptualization of an idea to the formulation of an entire pathway to follow for reaching the expected goal, it is nothing else but an effective presentation that takes your core idea and important message to your audiences who can be anybody from your colleagues and team members, to your subordinates and the seniors.
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About Force Field Analysis
Force Field Analysis is a kind of decision making technique that involves analyzing all the forces for and against a certain change that you have proposed and get a more logical picture of how good or bad your plans are on the basis of all the pros and cons. It can be used for two purposes - first, for deciding whether to go ahead and bring the change; second, for fortifying the forces that are supporting the change (also known as driving factor) and weaken those which are against it (also known as restraining factor).
Created way back in 1940s by Kurt Lewin, it was actually created as a tool for social psychological purposes. Today, it is popular in the business milieus for making and communicating the decisions better in a better way. It also plays a vital role in team building. It is a determining factor in the implementation of your proposed plan by letting you identify its practicability, the obstacles surrounding it and by suggesting actions that will reduce the effect of the obstacles that comes in your way.