44Who is the target of change in this scene? 2. What are the forces for change? Are the forces for change internal or external to the change target?3. Does the scene show the role of leadership in organizational change? If it does, who is the leader?Field of DreamsField of DreamsRay Kinsella (Kevin Costner) hears a voice while working in his Iowa cornfield that says, “If you build it, he will come.” Ray concludes that “he” is legendary “Shoeless Joe” Jackson (Ray Liotta), a 1919 Chicago White Sox player suspended for rigging the 1919 World Series. With the support of his wife Annie (Amy Madigan), Ray jeopardizes his farm by replacing some corn fields with a modern baseball diamond. “Shoeless Joe” soon arrives, followed by the rest of the suspended players. This charming fantasy film, based on W. P. Kinsellas’s novel Shoeless Joe, shows the rewards of pursuing a dream.The scene is part of the “People Will Come” sequence toward the end of Field of Dreams. By this time in the story, Ray has met Terrence Mann (James Earl Jones). They have traveled together from Boston to Minnesota to find A. W. “Moonlight” Graham (Burt Lancaster). At this point, the three are at Ray’s Iowa farm.This scene follows Mark’s (Timothy Busfield) arrival to discuss the foreclosure of Ray and Annie’s mortgage. Mark, who is Annie’s brother, cannot see the players on the field. Ray and Annie’s daughter Karin (Gaby Hoffman) has proposed that people will come to Iowa City and buy tickets to watch a baseball game. Mark does not understand her proposal. The film continues to its end.