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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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. Ayuda a guiarte en un momento de cambio. His 8 step process for successful change includes: 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.
Pero yo creo que puede ayudar especialmente a organizaciones, negocios, cualquier tipo de grupos. I kept reading waiting for it to get to the meaty stuff This quote opened my eyes to realize that not everything is theory.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. It was a quick read, too.
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Three and a half stars. It is interesting, fun, and gets the job done. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Our Iceberg is Melting: But of course, the powers-that-be doubt him and think he’s plain delusional. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Hold on to the new ways of behaving, and make sure they succeed, until they become strong enough to replace old traditions. Alerte sur la banquise!: Kkotter two con men just added some details that are obviously included in the steps because everybody facing changes can think about them. The language is very simple and easy to understand.
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I try to believe you can always learn something from a book, even if you are not very passionate about the subject. Be relentless with initiating change after change until the vision is a reality. Savor the adventure and enjoy the taste of the new cheese! My issue is the story in this book because there seems to be an on-going racket among these management book writers.
Make sure as many others as possible understand and accept the vision and the strategy.
But my issue is with the idea itself. It is for everyone, adult or even young, or kotter organization who faces challenges and aim for better future. It also could have expressed that in just a few pages.
Heard about this book few years ago but didn’t get the chance to read it till this year.
It’s the same old change theory packaged up in a cute little penguin based fable. A sure way to change is to work together.
Alerte sur la banquise!
Posters, talking circles, etc. Also, we all want to be counted. Set the Stage 1. Page “1- Created a sense of urgecy in the colony to deal with a difficult problem 2- put a carefully selected group in charge of guiding the change 3- found the sensible vision of a better future 4- communicated that vision so others would understand and accept it 5- removed many obstacles to action as was practical 6- created some sort of success quickly 7- never let up until the new way of life was firmly established and 8- FINALLY, ensured that the changes would not be overcome by stuborn, hard-to-die traditions.
By thinking we refer to collecting data and presenting them fairly. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It is very important to Think and Feel in this process. You either embrace it or aoerte. Produce Short-Term Wins Create some visible, unambiguous successes as soon as possible.
The home of the Antarctic penguins, their iceberg is melting. When sue is a change, we need to recognize it and be part of it instead of resisting it and stay forever in a morass.
It is a management lesson on Change and is put in a fable form. This is like Who Moved My Cheese.