An Action Plan from The World's Foremost Expert on Business Leadership
John Kotter; read by Oliver Wyman
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John Kotter, the world's foremost expert on business leadership, distills twenty-five 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.
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Praise for Leading Change
“Oliver Wyman's ingenuous delivery style works perfectly for one of the best business-strategy audios of the year.... his connection with the material is seamless. Along with having one of the most appealing voices in this genre, he's adept at segmenting complex sentences into digestible phrases.” —AudioFile, Earphones Award Winner
“An outstanding book that addresses the needs of organizations and inviduals in today's rapidly changing business environment.” —Ernest I. Glickman, CEO, Harbridge House, Division of Coopers & Lybrand L.L.P.
“Very interesting and relevant, full of practical advice of immediate use.” —Richard Deverell, Head of Strategy and Planning, BBC news