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on March 11, 2013
I thought there would be more to this book. It seemed instead to be more of a sales pitch for other books and materials. I probably won't be able to use this to really help "Employees Survive" change. This book doesn't touch on any of the the things people need to do to reestablish thier sense of control or purpose or support. I was hoping for a more comprehensive set of survival tips. There are a few things that could be useful in some instances, but in general I don't think I will be able to use it.
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on October 1, 2012
In the `Employee's Survival Guide to Change' the author gives us insight into how we can adapt and be successful in dealing with the evolution of business otherwise known as change. Dealing with change is a process and Hiatt helps us understand that with a very simple structured model called `ADKAR'. The process requires that you digest one step at a time to be prepared for the next. Before you can react you need to be aware. Once you are aware you need to be motivated, which means you have to have the desire to act. Now that you know you need to act and you have incentive to do so you need to know what to do....that is knowledge. At this point you may think you are ready to act but another step is required which is ability....can you do it? The last step in the process is re-enforcement. You need to keep repeating the message so that the team does not forget the mission. Simply put: ADKAR is Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability and Re-enforcement. Now go read and learn....
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on August 8, 2014
Could have done without the full page cartoons on every other page that had no relevance to the content of the book. But then the book would be only half the size. Buy this book used.
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on January 7, 2015
Very good book
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on October 23, 2014
great element for my masters program
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on June 26, 2015
good product
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