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  • Accelerate

  • Building Strategic Agility for a Faster-Moving World
  • De : John P. Kotter
  • Lu par : Chris Sorenson
  • Durée : 4 h et 36 min
  • 4,0 out of 5 stars (4 notations)

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Accelerate

De : John P. Kotter
Lu par : Chris Sorenson
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    Description

    Based on the award-winning article in Harvard Business Review, from global leadership expert John Kotter.

    It's a familiar scene in organizations today: a new competitive threat or a big opportunity emerges. You quickly create a strategic initiative in response and appoint your best people to make change happen. And it does - but not fast enough. Or effectively enough. Real value gets lost and, ultimately, things drift back to the default status. Why is this scenario so frequently repeated in industries and organizations across the world?

    In the groundbreaking new book Accelerate (XLR8), leadership, change-management expert, and best-selling author John Kotter provides a fascinating answer - and a powerful new framework for competing and winning in a world of constant turbulence and disruption.

    Kotter explains how traditional organizational hierarchies evolved to meet the daily demands of running an enterprise. For most companies, the hierarchy is the singular operating system at the heart of the firm. But the reality is, this system simply is not built for an environment where change has become the norm. Kotter advocates a new system - a second, more agile, network-like structure that operates in concert with the hierarchy to create what he calls a "dual operating system" - one that allows companies to capitalize on rapid-fire strategic challenges and still make their numbers.

    Accelerate (XLR8) vividly illustrates the five core principles underlying the new network system, the eight accelerators that drive it, and how leaders must create urgency in others through role modeling. And perhaps most crucial, the book reveals how the best companies focus and align their people's energy and urgency around what Kotter calls the big opportunity. If you're a pioneer, a leader who knows that bold change is necessary to survive and thrive in an ever-changing world, this book will help you accelerate into a better, more profitable future.

    ©2014 John P. Kotter (P)2017 Recorded Books

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    • cyberpunk
    • 12/03/2019

    Terrible

    Avoid this audiobook, borderline unlistenable, which is a shame since it’s a great book full of great info.

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    • Vernon Stinebaker
    • 15/01/2019

    More fluff than stuff

    Beginning with a slight rehashing of the 8 stage change process for which he is known, the author then describes a two operating system approach, with the left-hand system is the current hierarchy while the right side is described as a network structure. It’s not lost on me that the metaphor used to describe the network is the solar system, which is predictable; there’s not much dynamic here, and little guidance on how the right-hand (network) system forms or works. Also, at least in the audiobook, there are no details regarding the organizations purportedly using this approach. I’m confident there are other titles that provide more insight and guidance into structures and approaches to building agile organizations than this book. Move along, there’s nothing to see here.

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    • Ir0n_Maid3n
    • 11/10/2018

    Good book but awful narration.

    Going back and forth between the book and the audiobook as my schedule permitted but I really did not like the narration. It was at times flat and at other times overly dramatic in pronunciation and pauses. The verbal emphasis was placed on all the wrong words and phrases. Really difficult to unpack the content while hearing such awkward narration.

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    • tmr0861
    • 25/07/2018

    Great content, horrible narration

    This is one of the worse narrative books I have listened to. I listened on 1.25 speed just to make it tolerable.

    The story/content was excellent!

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    • Joy O. Hughey
    • 05/06/2018

    Dull

    I found myself often zoning out while listening to this book. The reader was dull and unengaging.

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    • PS
    • 09/08/2017

    Good concepts / boring narration

    I appreciated the concepts discussed and the review of the accelerators - but it was a very boring narration.

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    • Al
    • 28/12/2022

    Interesting story, but the performance is sorely lacking

    I greatly appreciate John Kotter’s work, and I have read most of his books. I was excited to get the opportunity to listen to this one. I understand and agree with Mr. Kotter’s proposal that there is an advantage to having both the standard hierarchy structure in the organization, and a network to take advantage of new opportunities and be able to move quickly and drive change, beside and through the network. I would say that this book would be best listened to his original “Leading Change”. I didn’t find the theories presented in this work to be as engaging as his earlier books, but they certainly are applicable in the real world.

    The performance of this book is unfortunately grading. Chris Sorenson’s narration almost made me stop the book multiple times. I found his voice to be nasal and grating to the point where it distracted me from actually listening to the material. I have listened to well over 100 audiobooks and I’ve never had this before. On that basis I gave the overall story four stars but I had to get the performance only one.

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    • Joentammy Braun
    • 07/12/2022

    Not the most compelling leader ship book.

    Not the most compelling book. Not the worst either. Not sure if it is the reader or the material or the combination of the two. Books like switch and five dysfunctions of a team and good to great are far more engaging and thought-provoking. I’m not sure if the goal was different but there are bits and pieces of this book that come across as confusing. I will relisten and update my review. If I find it it was my error.

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    • Hans Olav Otterlei
    • 12/09/2021

    Horrible narration

    Buy the book and read it - apparently there’s some good stuff in it.
    But worst ever listening experience gave me no alternative but to give it up as an audible

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    • F. Eudy
    • 17/05/2021

    Worst audio narration ever.

    Narrator speaks in a sing song condescending voice the whole time. It was all I could do to finish the book. I didn’t think there was a huge difference in this book and his earlier work. The vignettes were told in excruciating and boring detail. By the time I got to the end of one the examples I’d had forgotten where it started.