If you want truly to understand something, try to change it.Kurt Lewin (190–1947)
Pioneer of social, organizational and applied psychology
The German-American founder of the social psychology, Kurt Lewin (1890—1947), invented this simple method to analyze driving and hampering factors in a given situation. Write a central question or term on a piece of paper. Then collect from the participants driving factors on side and hampering factors on the other. Assign a score to each force from weak (1) to strong (5). Thus, you could calculate whether you have the hampering factors overweigh the driving ones or vice/versa.
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