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Leading Change

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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Book Title    Leading Change

Book Author  John Kotter

Publisher       Harvard Business School Press

Pub. Year   1996

Pages      186

Genre     Management & Leadership

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Ease of Read    Moderate

             0-87584-747-1

I was attracted to this book because...

I’m researching leading with a sense of change and urgency. I am reading a lot of John Kotter. This concept fits my criteria.

This book was about

Even though the book is almost 20 years old, it is still valid steps to leading change. It provides an 8 step process every organization must go through to initiate change.

Things I liked about this book

  I liked the organization and though behind the recommendations. I feel they are very valid observations

Why you should read this book 

  If you are experiencing change in any area of your life, you will find this study beneficial.

This book lived up to the back cover copy

  This book met my requirements.

John Kotter has been on the faculty at Harvard Business School since 1972. He is the author of eleven award-winning titles and frequently gives speeches and seminars at Harvard and around the world. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Holger Rathgeber spent his early professional career in Asia. He has worked in industry since the early 1990's and is now with one of the leading medical technology companies, Bectom Dickinson. Raised in Frankfurt, Germany, Rathgeber currently resides in White Plains, New York.

Leading Change

Book Author              John Kotter

Publisher              Harvard Business School Press

Pub. Year   1996

Pages      186

Genre     Management & Leadership

My Rating        

Ease of Read    Moderate

ISBN               0-87584-747-1

I was attracted to this book because...

I’m researching leading with a sense of change and urgency. I am reading a lot of John Kotter. This concept fits my criteria.

This book was about

Even though the book is almost 20 years old, it is still valid steps to leading change. It provides an 8 step process every organization must go through to initiate change.

Things I liked about this book

  I liked the organization and though behind the recommendations. I feel they are very valid observations

Why you should read this book 

  If you are experiencing change in any area of your life, you will find this study beneficial.

This book lived up to the back cover copy

  This book met my requirements.

John Kotter has been on the faculty at Harvard Business School since 1972. He is the author of eleven award-winning titles and frequently gives speeches and seminars at Harvard and around the world. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Holger Rathgeber spent his early professional career in Asia. He has worked in industry since the early 1990's and is now with one of the leading medical technology companies, Bectom Dickinson. Raised in Frankfurt, Germany, Rathgeber currently resides in White Plains, New York.

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