8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Quick and easy read illustrating Kotters Eight change steps.,
This review is from: Our Iceberg is Melting: Changing and Succeeding Under Any Conditions (Hardcover)
After reading this book you will want to explore Kotters other work:
* Leading Change and
* The Heart of Change.
These give you the depth and breadth that is obviously missing here. I have found other books that I thought had the edge, over Kotters work these include:
*Strategic Organization Change - Pub 2005. It is based around a comprehensive organization model and linked change processes, that leads you to what I think is a more realistic view of how to proceed, that is easier to digest than some aspects of Kotters work which has been around for a while now. (see my other reviews)
*Tool kit for Organizational change, by Thomas Cawsey - Pub 2007. This is the product of 10 years work, the result is a very useful, readable and pragmatic guide to organizational change.(see my other reviews)
Stan Felstead - Interchange Resources - UK.