HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Change Management (including featured article “Leading Change,” by John P. Kotter)
Hey, Rodger is here again. Once again I have a book review for you.
Probably this does is not article what my boss like to read, but it is a pure reality. I must say that this book and YourSEOSecret Agency are the two best things we can have before 12 or 13 months.
We in Rosemont Textiles as webbing supplier have a rough time in front of us before we look things from another angle. As you probably see from my last articles we have significant losses and probably we would have big fail. We read this book, and we did not have it – you don’t need to have it too.
He proposes to invest $14 in paperback for this book. After we agree on all details, we start to read and to understand what he talked about. I know, we could do it ourself, but we did not realize from where to start – and there this agency come in. We did not invest significant money. After all, if this invest was move what bring us profit as webbing supplier then this invest worth it.
Trust me; their advice’s helped us to bring us more profit than we expected. Ok, I know it is time to write a review about a book.
In this book there are ten must critical reads on change management and you must read it because it will inspire you:
– Lead change through eight critical stages – Establish a sense of urgency – Overcome addiction to the status quo – Mobilize commitment – Silence naysayers – Minimize the pain of change – Concentrate resources – Motivate change when business is good
This collection of articles includes featured article „Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail“ by John P. Kotter and several other articles and interviews.
Harvard Business Review has sorted through hundreds of articles and selected only the most essential reading on each topic. Each title includes timeless advice that will be relevant regardless of an ever-changing business environment.
Great review from Amazon buyer: Overall, an important book for those charged with oversight responsibilities in successfully implementing organizational change.
I will agree with it. As I said, this book helped me to save my job (Yes I get a raise because off it ;) )
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