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John Kotter on Why “Management Is (Still) Not Leadership”

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here is an excerpt from an article written by John Kotter for Harvard Business Review and the HBR Blog Network. To read the complete article, check out the wealth of free resources, and sign up for a subscription to HBR email alerts, please click here. * * * A few weeks ago, the BBC asked [.].

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Corporate Lifecycles; Dual Operating Systems – My 5 Takeaways from Accelerate (XLR8) by John Kotter

First Friday Book Synopsis

Accelerate (XLR8): Building Strategic Ability for a Faster-Moving World by John Kotter?. Here is a brief summary of what John Kotter says in his new book, Accelerate: Whatever is working well now is threatened now. I presented my synopsis of Accelerate yesterday at the First Friday Book Synopsis. Harvard Business Review Press, 2014).

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Brief History of Change: Kotter

LDRLB

There is perhaps no change model more cited than John Kotter’s eight-stage change process. Kotter’s work has been repacked and resold by countless “change consultants.” Kotter first presented this model in his 1995 book Leading Change. Kotter’s work is heavily relied on because of its prescriptive nature.

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Unleashing the Power of C-Level Business Tools: Strategies for Success.

Rich Gee Group

resource) Change Management Frameworks: Tools like Kotter's 8-Step Model and ADKAR provide structured approaches for managing organizational change initiatives. (resource) Benchmarking: The process of comparing an organization's performance metrics with industry best practices to identify areas for improvement.

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First Look: Leadership Books for June 2021

Leading Blog

Kotter with Vanessa Akhtar and Gaurav Gupta. Kotter, Vanessa Akhtar, and Gaurav Gupta explore how to create non-linear, dramatic change in your organization. Change How Organizations Achieve Hard-to-Imagine Results in Uncertain and Volatile Times by John P.

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Brief History of Change: Kotter

LDRLB

Kotter’s work has been repacked and resold by countless “change consultants.” Kotter first presented this model in his 1995 book Leading Change. Kotter outlined an eight-stage process that leaders should take their organizations through when implementing change: Create a sense of urgency.

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Overcome Resistance to Change: Magnets or Bowling Balls

Leadership Freak

Failure: John Kotter suggests 8 reasons transformation… Continue reading → If everyone likes it, why bother? Change is never enjoyed by everyone. Leaders think too much about ‘what’ and not enough about ‘how’ when making change.

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