Forcefield Analysis

A technique which helps us to achieve improvement by considering those factors or forces that encourage change or those which work against change. Improvement will happen only if the encouraging factors are strengthened or the inhibiting factors are weakened.

It should be used whenever a change or improvement is needed. It is useful write down the factors working for and against change, but even if you do not have time to do this, stop and think about it. We all want quality improvement - what is sopping us from achieving it?

It works like this:

Unless one of those happens, there will be no improvement.



The tool is often used with cause and effect analysis to identify potential solutions to the causes of the effects.

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