That is a seriously great question.
The relationship between the Story Driver and the Main Character Approach (Throughline) is more important in a Holistic story than the cause-and-effect relationship between Actions and Decisions in a Linear structured story.
What seems to work best now is the idea of the Main Character “getting out of his or her own way” in the resolution of inequity when the Driver conflicts with the point-of-view of the MC (Decision/Do-er or Action/Be-er).
The absence of this resistance simply makes it easier for the Holistic to allow the outcome.
Are the agents really forced in action because of Morpehus’ Decision that Neo is the one? Not really.
Is the group forced to fight the agents because of Cypher’s Decision to throw them all under the bus. For sure…but is that part of the essence of the meaning of the story? (which is what Premise is all about). Not really.
When illustrating the “Driver” for a Holistic-minded story (another instance where the Appreciation should change given the shift in context), I would focus more on the relationship between this item and the Main Character’s Approach–which is really about whether or not they are in a place to facilitate greater flow (internally set when internal aligns with the objective) or if greater resistance stands in their way (internally set when the external continues to press against).