From the January 2007 issue of Harvard Business Review.
©2007 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, All Rights Reserved; (P)2007 Audible Inc.
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"Misidentified on Amazon"
This is the HBR article by John Kotter, not the whole book. Beware when purchasing through Amazon.com.
"Practical advice for any leader"
I was actually busy with a transformation project when I first encountered this short piece. It's very very good. Practical advice, easy to follow, insightful and useful. Excellent value. A real gem that I listen to every few months.
"Short and to the point"
Excellent reading. Short but down to the point. I think it can be used as a guidline to prevent failures of change. I saw many of the things mentioned in this cast during my professional life. This just put it in a short 30-minute session. It IS a mut-read.
"A worth while read"
I found this article very helpful in restructuring our organization. I am currently working on building a guiding coalition. If you are not familar with John Kotter`s books, start out with this article.
"Not the Unabridged Version"
The Unabridged version (6 hrs and 34 mins) is available through Audible as well. This is only the first chapter of a ~200pp book. The Unabridged version is available here: http://www.audible.com/pd/Business/Leading-Change-Audiobook/B004YDJJEC
"What personal and organizational growth demands"
Loved the article! The insights are compelling, the points are well researched and the developments timely.
"Not what i thought i was buying"
I thought i was buying the book "Leading Change" because this audible is what came up for me to purchase when i looked up the book. Listening to this audible, i learned a lot. However it isn't what i thought it would be. So now i will have to go buy the book, again.
Wonderful and easy to follow.
A very good reference on change. I am currently participating in a change initiative and this review is a great goto resource
Business leaders and managers often try to avoid the topic of failure. Reality is it happens to ignore that almost guarantees it will happen to you.
The article is detailed, poignant and well illustrated. Makes for educational and enjoyable listening. The eight common mistakes described effectively guide an organization through the obstacle course of change.
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