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Leading Change, With a New Preface by the Author Hardcover – November 6, 2012
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Millions worldwide have read and embraced John Kotterâs ideas on change management and leadershipand Leading Change, his seminal work, is widely recognized as the bible on leading transformational change.
Needed more today than any time in the past, this classic book serves as both visionary guide and practical toolkit on how to approach the difficult yet critical work of leading change in any type of organization. It outlines John Kotterâs 8-step approach to change management and reveals what the author has seen, heard, experienced, and concluded in many years of working with companies to create lasting transformation.
With refreshed packaging and new commentary by John Kotter, Leading Change is a true leadership classic.
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I like that Kotter's book lays out clearly an architecture for change. While the book was short, didn't have many examples or diverse applications (such as outside of the corporate environment), I appreciate its conciseness, which allows you to spend more time thinking about how the principles apply to your own situation. It can be skimmed easily and the charts and summaries at the end of each chapter cogently summarize the main points of each chapter. I highly recommend this book for all leaders that try to create change.
This is the kind of book you will want to read, try to implement, re-read, re-implement, and so on for the rest of your career.