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Who Moved my Cheese?
Prakash Patel, Student (MBA), India, Member
The book 'WHO MOVED MY CHEESE' is a very good book for management student. Who Moved My Cheese was published in 1998. It is a parable written by Spencer Johnson which describes change in one’s work and life. Who Moved My Cheese was included in the New York Times and is a business bestseller since release and remained on the list for almost five years and spent over 200 weeks on Publishers Weekly’s hardcover nonfiction list. When Change Happens One of the constant things in life is CHANGE. Each day brings a new life and a different experience for us. But our daily routine task, from the time we wake up until the time we lay down in bed again, creates a cycle that leads us to comfort. Such comfort creates lax and negligence in our character that make us forget that life is constantly changing. Then when change happens, we stress out, react, complain and be beaten up. Even if it’s hard to admit it, in school, at home and in the community we live in, we were taught to believe in (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Change Management (Iceberg)
Summary
Forum
🔥Dealing with Toxic Employees
Achieving Change at the Individual Level
Why You should Embrace Change
Best Practices
🥇Reasons and Motives to Resist Change
🥈The ADKAR model by Prosci
🥉How to Make Employees LOVE Change?
What are the Reasons for Change?
Hidden Resistance to Change
Bad Change Management Examples
Transparancy Needed in Change Management
Is it Possible to Manage Change If the Right Approaches Are NOT Used?
What Leadership Style Reduces Resistance?
What Punishment for Unwilling Employees?
6 Images of Managing Change (Palmer, Dunford and Akin)
My Way to Deal with Resistance to Change
Dealing with Change is Not Always Problematic
Engage the Opponents
Types of Change and Corresponding Resistance Levels
Automatic Defense Mechanisms to Change
Avoiding Resistance to Change
Characteristics of Organizations That are Open to Change
Managing Change is in the Essence of Management
Categories of People Involved in Change
Create Involvement and Communicate the Strategic Need to Change
Good Change Management Examples
Human Factors in Change Management
Overcoming Resistance? The Rapid Results Method by Schaffer
Change is Most of the Times Selfish
Communicating Change to Top Management
Ethics in Change Management
Managing the Change Within Oneself
Who Moved my Cheese?
Equilibrium of System


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