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I'm sure Kotter is a smart guy. Other reviews have summed up the content pretty well. My problem with this book, and the reason I am giving it one star, is that it is poorly... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rick Alexander
The most important conclusion of the book is that we live in an extremely turbulent environment and the old ways of managing a company are no longer completely relevant. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hristina Krojnewski
Started with a lot of promise around a new way at looking at strategy but didn't deliver
Found it hard going
Was looking for insight but instead was left disappointed
This is a quick read - and should be mandatory for senior leaders in large companies. I particularly liked Kotter's thoughts on the difference between management and leadership. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Billy Bob Brigmon
Easy reading. Changing some paradigms of how to organize in order to success.Published 5 months ago by RENE MAURICIO CARDOSO BALTAZAR
Kotter usually writes good books but this one is a dud for me. The main idea is how to get an organization to accelerate amidst the accelerating change that is all around. Read morePublished 5 months ago by E. J.
Technology is and will continue to create rapid change in the world around us. We must adapt personally, socially and move quickly to stay relevant as business enterprises. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joel D. Worthington
Agility is a strategy of most modern organisations. Structure and culture have conspired to make execution very difficult. Read morePublished 6 months ago by KELVIN MAHABIR
A solid read, with some great golden nuggets on creating urgency and executing in organizations....Yet, not that much new or groundbreaking....Published 7 months ago by Sreten Gajic