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How Change Effects Focus Groups

  • A focus group will go through several cycles of change in life. Recognizing such changes is difficult because you have to first establish, why the change is necessary and if it is something resulting by original inspiration or reactive conflict.

    Change knows no past, present or future of itself. It knows reason as the driving force powering its very nature. Most often manifesting in a need to be different, change reshapes itself around its purpose to reflect its vision. Change is a force that is temporary, requiring constant movement in the observation of the vision it sees to be effective. Change is a progression we make in life because it is something two or more people want to do to an existing structure regardless of how well the structure performs.

    Understanding why change happens to a certain something, a specific purpose or in the case of focus groups, as a collective of people involves making the vision of such a change reflect the purpose of the group. Effective changes occurs with direction, it will become known to people what such a direction brings once the change is implemented. Focus groups are at fault for any change to their structure because such a change happens in real time. The reason why change results in either a negative or positive impact is due to the source of how a change occurs.

    If a change is based on reactive conflict, it means that the purpose is in control. Purpose is a focus groups secondary element, its inner core. The group may go through a rebirth during such a change if not all elements are in support of a restructured event. Such groups progress because of a reaction to a group seen as another opposing force, resulting in domination of a structure to achieve accomplishment.

    If a change is based on original inspiration, it means that the vision is in control. Vision is the groups primary element, its inner core. this means that where ever an idea gives birth to a structure, it never changes its state of being. Such a state of change is built for growth, not a temporary goal. All groups empowered by vision allow all members to share as equals.

    Integrating action with inspiration helps change to balance out many conflicts seen by focus groups. If a focus group is based on a structure where people are given roles, rather than sharing as equals, the team structure does not allow change to complete its purpose. To change this, the inner and outer core of a purpose must connect to each other through the people who create the vision for such a group to exist.