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    John Kotter, the world's foremost expert on business leadership, distills 25 years of experience into Leading Change. A must-have for any organization, this visionary and very personal audiobook is at once inspiring, clear-headed, and filled with important implications for the future.

    The pressures on organizations to change will only increase over the next decades. Yet the methods managers have used to strengthen their companies—total quality management, reengineering, right sizing, restructuring, cultural change, and turnarounds—routinely fall short. In Leading Change, Kotter identifies an eight-step process that every company must go through to achieve its goal, and shows where and how people—good people—often derail. Emphasizing again and again the critical need for leadership to make change happen, Leading Change provides unprecedented access to our generation's business master and a positive role model for leaders to emulate.

    ©1996 John P. Kotter (P)2007 Macmillan Audio

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    • Marty
    • 24/10/2012

    A Key Resource for Any Change Leader

    The author opens this book with a discussion of the common errors people make in trying to implement organizational change. He then goes on to counteract those errors with his eight-stage process for implementing effective and sustainable change: 1) Establishing a sense of urgency; 2) Creating the guiding coalition; 3) Developing a vision and strategy; 4) Communicating the change vision; 5) Empowering a broad base of people to take action; 6) Generating short-term wins; 7) Consolidating gains and producing even more change; and 8) Institutionalizing new approaches into the culture. The first four stages are intended to defrost a hardened status quo, the next three introduce many new practices, and the final stage grounds the changes into the corporate culture and helps them stick. This book is a comprehensive approach to change management and highly recommended for anyone undertaking a major change effort within an organization.

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    • Kiko Gita-Tavis
    • 01/05/2012

    An oldie but a goodie - and works well on audio

    I'd read the hard copy of this several times and wanted to refamiliarise myself with the content before working with a client interstate. I listened to the audiobook on the 13-hour drive to the event and found it clear, engaging and easy to recall (although can't say if that would have been the case if I hadn't already been familiar with the material).
    This remains for me one of the benchmark texts on organisational change and I recommend it to anyone with an interest in that area.

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    • Iosif
    • 16/08/2017

    Missing Sections

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    The audible book seems to be missing sections, there are quite a few instances where the sentence is cut off and a brand new one with a different topic starts. I am not sure what happened in the editing process

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    • William
    • 29/04/2016

    Profound

    This needs to be read. I wish I had before taking the effort to implement change in a previous company. Steps 1 & 2 were not satisfied and all efforts by the few involved floundered when they met opposing, complacent forces.

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    • Marcus
    • 07/07/2015

    Great Read

    What made the experience of listening to Leading Change the most enjoyable?

    The engaging delivery of the narrator. He was easy to follow and made the listen enjoyable.

    What was one of the most memorable moments of Leading Change?

    Understanding the importance of changing cultures in the 21st Century. It is extremely relevant and to hear them speak of this from 1996, shows the vastly changing business environment most firms are challenged with today.

    What does Oliver Wyman bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    The story telling comes to life. Story telling is key. Executives remember stories more than some data points. Great story telling in this book.

    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    Change is inevitable - learn to adapt!

    Any additional comments?

    Great book and highly recommended

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    • RS
    • 06/03/2021

    Great for execs, not so much for ICs

    There is a heavy focus in the book on cultural changes and behavioral modifications that are typically controlled at the executive level. For readers that don't have executive authority but still need to manage or influence change, the guidance in the book is hard to apply. Perhaps there is no secret sauce other than top down support. I was hoping to glean more useful tidbits out of this for people having less power.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 09/02/2021

    Great Oldy that is still relevant today

    Great book that affirmed a lot of behaviour regarding Change Management.

    Relevant for longer running traditional companies steeped in the old ways of running business.

    Would be interested in an update to this book that covers change in todays lean agile company types.

    Still a classic by the father of Change Management

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    • S. Lamie
    • 17/01/2021

    Not great

    I was hoping for more. The book was mostly a collection of obvious generalities, not much meat.

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    • bdp
    • 01/01/2021

    Solid Book on Change

    This tells details a number of very real human issues surrounding change in a concise way.

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    • Lindseyjpugh23
    • 20/12/2020

    Not impressed.

    Supervisor suggested this to me. Most of Kotter's assertions about transformative change and culture seem obvious. He does a decent job backing his assertions with vignettes, but it doesn't make them any more revolutionary. His conclusion is irritating. As workers, manages, and leaders were all just going to have to do more for our organizations to stay competitive in the 21st century. Well, sure, but it seems like it's really easy for Kotter to come to this conclusion with very little, if any, consideration that employees may feel like they're doing enough and already on the end of a raw deal as is. If Kotter thinks the future is employees dedicating their lives to organizations or even career fields that don't retain or take care of them, he's mistaken. We'll find a better way and make today's businesses, with entitled executives, a thing of the past.

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    • Susanne Eule
    • 27/03/2012

    Für Führungskräfte inspirierend

    Kotter geht mit seinem 8 Stufenprogramm auf die Aufgabe der Führungskraft bei Veränderungsprozessen in Organisationen ein. Während des Hörens hat mich einiges an meine Erfahrungen erinnert, habe nachträglich verstanden, weshalb vieles nicht gut lief und einige Inspiration für zukünftige Veränderungsvorhaben erhalten. Für Führungskräfte absolut empfehlenswert.
    Sehr gut vorgelesen, in einem, auch für ungeübte Ohren, verständlichem Englisch. Ich habe nebenher im Buch mitgelesen: Es sind auch die Tabellen im Buch vom Sprecher gut und verständlich vorgetragen.

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    • maik-arnold
    • 30/12/2019

    A landmark book for successful change agents

    This book is enlightening to both academics and practitioners responsible for the management of organisational change. It provides fruitful insights for an eight-stage process of leading change in small and medium sizes as well as large organisations:
    1. Establishing a Sense of Urgency
    2. Creating the Guiding Coalition
    3. Developing a Vision and Strategy
    4. Communicating the Change Vision
    5. Empowering Employee for Broad-Based Action
    6. Generation Short-Term Winns
    7. Consolidating Gains and Producing More Change
    8. Anchoring New Approaches in the Culture
    The book ends with an outlook on leadership skills and perspectives for the 21st Century:
    Leadership in the 21st century. Future leaders and change agents should have:
    - a persistent sense of urgency
    - should excel teamwork at the top management too
    - need to be able to create and communicate visions
    - successful organisations need to become more like incubators of leadership
    - should enforce flatter hierarchies, less bureaucracy, greater willingness to take risks
    - delegate management for excellent short-term performance
    - reduce/minimise unnecessary interdependences within organisations
    - Forster an adaptive corporate culture
    Although a bit dated, the book is still a landmark for all change agents interested in the leading prosperous changes in organisations nowadays.

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    • Miguel Pavez
    • 22/07/2019

    Classic

    Knowledge about change is critical for today's change context. Amazing basic knowledge book for any profession.

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    • Sven Hechemer
    • 16/05/2017

    Gutes Hörbuch, toller Leitfaden

    Das Buch ist inhaltlich an den 8 Phasen des Change Prozesses gegliedert. Der Vorleser betont den Inhalt und hält somit die Aufmerksamkeit hoch. Man sollte geübt in der englischen Sprache sein um nicht den Kontext zu verlieren. Beim Auto fahren ist es schwierig sich auf den Inhalt zu konzentrieren.