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Force Field Analysis Template

The main idea behind the Force Field Analysis technique is to identify the forces that help or hinder an organization in reaching a goal or a proposed change. It is a decision making technique that can be used by leaders and change agents to analyze the pros and cons of any organizational decision. It is widely used in the fields of organizational change and development, business process management, and social and cultural sciences.

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RACI Matrix

RACI Matrix

There are many ways to help clarify roles and responsibilities within a project, business process, or change initiative. Some prefer to use a hierarchical structure while others prefer to use a matrix-style format such as the RACI matrix. A RACI Matrix is a tool that brings clarity to the roles people play within a team working towards achieving a common goal. It describes the participation of the various roles in completing the required activities and deliverables. Read more »»

PDCA Cycle

PDCA

The PDCA Cycle is a framework for problem solving, continuous improvement and change. It is widely recognized as the basis of continually improving the quality of processes, products, and services. It is an easy to remember four logical sequence steps: Plan, Do, Check and Act. It provides a simple and structured approach for solving quality-related problems. Multiple iterations of the PDCA cycle may be necessary to solve the problem permanently and reach the ultimate goal state. Read more »»

Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis

A Stakeholder is any party who may have an interest in an organization action or will be affected by its outcomes. Stakeholders can be organizations, business units, departments, groups or individuals. Primary stakeholders are those who are part of the economic transactions of the business, such as shareholders, customers and employees, while secondary stakeholders are those who are affected by or can affect the business in someway, such as the government and the community. Read more »»

Kaizen Event Charter Template

Kaizen Events are focused improvement activities designed to improve a process or work area. They emphasize on the elimination of unnecessary non-value added activities. This will result in improved quality, efficiency, delivery, cost saving, standardized systems and employee engagement. You can think of a Kaizen event as a continuous improvement activity at the micro level as opposed to some of the other large-scale efforts such as Lean and Six Sigma.

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Force Field Analysis

Force Field Analysis

A Force Field Analysis is a decision making technique that can be used to analyze the pros and cons of any decision. It looks at the forces that are either driving or blocking movement toward making a decision. Better decisions are made by weighing up the pros and cons then determining the force that will win. This technique is widely used in the fields of organizational change and development, business process management, and social and cultural sciences.

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