According to Wikipedia, “Gleicher’s Formula” for change (D x V x F > R = ∆) was created by David Gleicher while he was working at Arthur D. Little in the early 1960s. The variables are defined as follows:
D: Signifies the degree of dissatisfaction with the current situation.
V: The vision of what can be done and what is possible.
F: A plan of the first concrete steps that can be taken towards materializing the vision.
R: The resistance to change.
This survey explores the variables of Gleicher's Formula from a supply chain management perspective . . .