John Kotter & Holger Rathgeber – Alerte sur la banquise «J’ai beaucoup aimé cette illustration réussie de la méthode de conduite du changement en 8 étapes. Alerte sur la banquise!: Réussir le changement dans n’importe quelles conditions (Management) eBook: Holger Rathgeber, John Kotter, Rebecca Solow. dans n?importe quelles conditions by Collectif, Rebecca Solow, John Kotter, Holger Start reading Alerte sur la banquise! on your Kindle in under a minute.
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I learned eight steps that will help me make better and more efficient changes in groups. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Open Preview See a Problem? And I believe that human business ventures, unlike penguin colonies, don’t need to huddle together in large numbers to thrive. Pull together the guiding team.
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The book had a refreshing idea, to use a fable to convey a complex idea. Alerte sur la banquise!
Kotger a sense of urgency. Make sure as many others as possible understand and accept aelrte vision and strategy. Try this little gem with a happy ending. I understand all of that, having worked in the corporate world for some time, and having been along on many change jo I feel like I should write something profound because you know, it hits all the buzz words, and It helps you guide yourself through the change.
Make sure there is a powerful group guiding the change – one with leadership skills, credibility, communication skills, authority, analytical skills, and a sense of urgency. I liked the idea of letting go of the iceberg.
I try to believe you can always learn something from a book, even if you are not very passionate about the subject. I think the book could have benefited a lot from a bit more humor. The book is loaded with insight into organizational complexity and the human condition banqkise and how to navigate it.
My issue is the story in this book because there seems to be an on-going racket among these management book writers. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
One big issue that can be a barrier in solving a problem is change.
Kotter invites the reader to imagine how others are A group of penguins find themselves on ice which develops cracks. This book helps do just that. To keep a program successful strive harder and have faith.
The audiobook has additional sections at the end including a discussion with the co-authors and a discussion regarding the six change principles. I understand all of that, having worked in the corporate world for some time, and having been along on many change journeys.
The illustrations help in explaining the 8 principles that help in bringing about change, using The shy, unassuming Fred is worried.
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suf Its a very short book, fun to read and very effective in making its point! Quotes from Alerte sur la ban They were skeptical of a nomadic life but when tried there was more food, prosperous environments and more resources.
There are a lot of these theories, practices or rules that authors of management or business books twist, rename and presto they have a new bestselling book.
I love penguins, so I enjoyed the story.
This will help me a lot in my life. In this story, the penguin colony creates recognisable office personalities and gives them team roles to play and challenges to face before the inevitable change ma Change management and business motivation authors love a good fable Fish! I know this is not true, but this book is based on real stories, that putted in practice the eight steps. Return to Book Page.
Ayuda kkotter guiarte en un momento de cambio. These books take complex and sometimes fear-inducing subjects like change and present them in friendly ways to help readers under A fun and interesting fable using the story of a colony of Emperor Penguins as a metaphor for how an organization can go about making a needed change.
You either embrace it or die.