A Legendary Formula for Change
There is a formula for change with a legendary reputation that tells a compelling story. It applies to any kind of change you can imagine for a variety of professionals from leaders, consultants, and organizers to educators, students, and scholars. The formula can help us more confidently and competently transform whole systems in an accelerated fashion. Not only can this model help in the design, development, and delivery of change initiatives, it is easy to explain to almost anyone.
DxVxFxS>R. It’s everywhere - it even has its own Wikipedia Entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formula_for_change.
Over the years, the formula has evolved while staying true to the essence of how change unfolds. The formula is not as much a prescription as it is a description of the core elements involved in any level of change.
R [Resistance to Change] can only be overcome with the right combination of D [Dissatisfaction], V [Vision], F [First Steps], and S [Supports]. Moreover, when one of the four D, V, F, S is zero - the math is clear = zero change. For more on the Change Formula visit:
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