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This book will get you to think and act in ways that may not be comfortable at first, but the results are worth while.
Although one of the main tenants of the book is "systems thinking," you never get the feeling that Unstuck looks at the entire system.
This book is primarily for teams, and even that it is very weak in creating a formula to help solving complex problems.
I am a member of a development board of a new organization that I really believe in. We haven't had a conference call or meeting in over a year. Read more
If you are having issues with office politics or other work struggles, give this book a shot. It gives great tools to analyze the root of your problem, along with some exercises to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by erin_h
Excellent work book - not a passive read. My book is covered in sticky notes, and I've worked through some of the exercises that are relevant to my situation. Read morePublished on June 24, 2011 by audrey, storied research inc
I can see why his firm -- see [...] -- is used and recommended by so many of my successful friends in the corporate strategy and public relations business. Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by E. Bruce Harrison
These comments refer to the 2007 edition of the book. I think there's one earlier and one later.
This book has an unusual layout. Read more
I HAVE NOT RECIEVED THIS BOOK AFTER OVER A MONTH OF PURCHISING IT..... VENDOR CLAIMS THE COURIER COMPANY LOST THE PARCEL :(
-it did not come directly from Amazon.... Read more
This is effectively a compilation of the flash cards (or the A1 white papers the process engineers stick on the walls) which help management executives to identify and solve... Read morePublished on October 1, 2008 by ServantofGod
Very interesting and provocative layout. This is a book of insights and activities. You can read it end to end or use the guided trails to solve a key worded problem. Read morePublished on October 27, 2007 by Reg Nordman