ICEBERG IS MELTING EBOOK

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by John Kotter, Holger Rathgeber. In Our Iceberg is Melting a simple fable about penguins illustrates how to conquer change, with profound lessons for working and living in an ever-changing world. The penguins are living happily on their iceberg as they have done for many years. by John Kotter, Holger Rathgeber. Our Iceberg Is Melting is a simple story about doing well under the stress and uncertainty of rapid change. Our Iceberg Is Melting is based on John Kotter's pioneer­ing research into the eight steps that can produce needed change in any sort of. Editorial Reviews. computerescue.info Review. About the Author John Kotter has been on the faculty Our Iceberg is Melting by [Rathgenber, Holger, Kotter, John].


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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. Don't wish it were easier; wish you were better. A signal to change. Be humble enough to bow your knee and listen and act. If you want to convince someone about changing in any organisation recommend this book.

There is a great story behind "Our Iceberg is Melting". Last but not least, there is a short video on Youtube played for the author of the book that illustrate the process of changing.

Hardcover Verified download. The penguins then happened to follow Kotter's eight-step process of successful change, so you can learn this eight-step process by learning from the penguins: The first pages in the book is the fable about penguins who need to move to a new home as they discovered their iceberg is melting.

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They convince the senior management penguins and plan the change with a selected team of change agents. They manage to convince the other penguins that action is needed, get a quick win and manage to successfully change.

After that, there are a few pages explaining the eight-step process for change that was taken from John Kotter's research and his earlier books on managing change.

The pages aren't enough to get an in-depth understanding of Kotter's research, but for that, you will need to read Kotter's other work. The story was easy to read as it was simple simplistic?

I found it mildly interesting. There wasn't much news in this book if you are already familiar with Kotter's research, but then again it doesn't take much time to read as the book is very thin. The book wasn't bad, but I would probably not recommend it to anyone either as it was definitively not a book that impressed me. I was thinking about 2 or 3 stars.

Decided to go with 3 as it does seem to achieve its own purpose. Just ok. Change Management Of all the principles, models, and frameworks I've learned through my recently completed MBA program, the Kotter model for change management will undoubtedly stick with me the most. And I really believe that this book is the reason for that resonance.

Written in a style that everyone can understand, even possibly my 3 year old daughter, this short, illustrated book, offers a crash course in effective change management. I couldn't help but look at my organization in a different light after walking through the 8 steps explained in the book. Ever since, I can asses any new situation where change is in question by asking how it applies to the "penguin book.

If you work in a large bureaucracy, this book is a MUST read. This book was like a therapist. At the suggestion of a colleague, I ordered multiple copies for the board of my church. I asked them to read it, then used the book for discussion during a considerable portion of a full-day retreat.

Everyone related to it well. It was neither too academic nor patronizing for the career professionals who participated. One person found this helpful. This book was pretty fun to read. I had to read it for an assignment and the entire analogy is pretty obvious, but it really comes together at the end when the 8 steps are written out and explained. It is a very useful book as I used the 8 step method in one of my student groups and we saved 3 days of planning when an event we wanted to put on was not working.

It was really impressive how effective the result was and how stupid I felt for how obvious it was to get to these results. Very effective book and very helpful as well to any student of management or even officers of a student group. For the first time, there is a glitch in the process.

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Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori.Good for someone being introduced to change management and organizational development for the first time. It is a story that is occurring in different forms around us today - but the penguins handle change a great deal better than most of us. Portfolio, Your rating has been recorded. As these charges are the responsibility of the recipient, please check the customs service in your destination country to see if charges are applicable.

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