جبلنا الجليدي يذوب : التغيير و النجاح تحت اي ظرف

  • Title: جبلنا الجليدي يذوب : التغيير و النجاح تحت اي ظرف
  • Author: John P. Kotter Holger Rathgeber
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  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
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    About “John P. Kotter Holger Rathgeber

    • John P. Kotter Holger Rathgeber

      John P Kotter, world renowned expert on leadership, is the author of many books, including Leading Change, Our Iceberg is Melting, The Heart of Change, and his latest book, That s Not How We Do It Here He is the Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School, and a graduate of MIT and Harvard He is co founder of Kotter International, a change management and strategy execution firm that helps organizations engage employees in a movement to drive change and reach sustainable results He and his wife Nancy live in Boston, Massachusetts.kotterinternational ab

    326 thoughts on “جبلنا الجليدي يذوب : التغيير و النجاح تحت اي ظرف

    • I knew it was time to leave the corporate world when our vice-president, a friend who had been a truly smart woman when we first started to work together, bought 300 copies of this trendy 2006 business fable* (involving penguins and melting icebergs) for the entire division. Not entirely coincidentally, the day that the invitation to the offsite meeting for an all-day training exercise based on the book showed up on my calendar, was the day that I gave notice.I got out of there just in time. Ano [...]


    • For such a short book this was a surprisingly tedious read. I know that change is inevitable and that people are more often than not resistant to change, hence the need for change management. This little book sets out to make it a bit easier to relate to, and to highlight the importance of change and the pitfalls of change management. It also attempts to discuss the dangers of not changing in a dynamic environment.The problem is, there’s nothing really new here. As to whether this book will ac [...]


    • Enjoyable easy read. It is hard not to like this book especially if you read only one or two books in a year. You will like this book if you are working in a corporation that believes in continuous improvement driven by the desire to be the best leader and world-class. You will take this as a work bible if you want to be part of a big change and that your contribution is being desired and valued. Why not? Change is the only thing permanent in this world. When there is a change, we need to recogn [...]


    • At first I wondered how this book was different than "Who Moved My Cheese?" The answer is that this book deals with organizational or social change, while WMMC? deals mostly with personal change.The book accurately "types" people in a creative way, and subtly offers real tips for persuading large groups of people. Sadly, some people who read this book will not be swayed by it - not because the information is untrue, but because people are unaware of what they are doing and how they are feeling. [...]


    • Good grief! This was being touted as the "go-to" book for organizational learning and dealing with change. Yes, the premise is cute and readable, and contains John Kotter's excellent business sense of operational strength and leadership. But the true brilliance of this book is that it costs $26.00 and businesses will be buying it by the bucketful and subjecting their teams to yet another interminable day or weekend long work retreat to identify their inner penguins. I suggest you go to the books [...]


    • الكتاب سهل و بسيط و هو من نوعية كتب التنمية البشرية و التى تعتمد على قصة مرمزة ل جذب اهتمام القارىء اكثر من مجرد كتاب تنمية بشرية ذو عناوين رئيسية و عناوين فرعيةالكتاب هو اشبه ب كتابمن الذي حرك قطعة الجبن الخاصة بي ؟ و لكن على مستوى community اكبر جماعة من الناس فى فريق او شركة او م [...]


    • جبلنا الجليدي يذوب رواية عن البطاريق :))من أبسط وأعمق ما قد قرأت وكأنها قصة عن النهضة بسلوب يكاد يصل لمستوى الروائي الطفولي لا استطيع ان اقوم بالمهة وحدي1_لن نتحد ما دام كل منا يشير إلى اتجاه معاكس لغيره2_ جماعة البطاريق الذين يريدون التغيير ويؤمنون بضرورته:الناس لن يفهموا كلم [...]


    • It's not about global warming!What would you do if you found out the community you live in and had been lived in by your ancestors for years was suddenly going to be non-existant? How would you handle it? What if you found out that the company you worked for had to undergo a major redesign? What if you had to implode all that you have known? Could you handle it? How would you handle it? This books give you 8 simple steps to make it through this process/this journey of change by telling a fable. [...]


    • Fables have a deceptive power. On the surface they read like the stories of our childhood employing simple vocabulary to describe everyday contexts to which we can all relate. Their narrative structure lulls our adult brain into a false sense of security, disabling the rational analytical faculties that usually protect our cherished world view. We uncritically play along with the story until we reach the point where the fable's inner truth is unavoidable. So it is with John Kotter's Our Iceberg [...]


    • A good book about change management narrated in a very simplistic language and in the method of storytelling. The book helps businesses and communities move from old to new territories to cope with their own environment. The main theme of the book is how change can be very difficult and it should be worked out with good planning and team effort. The 8 phases of change management according to Kottler are: 1. CREATE A SENSE OF URGENCYHelp others see the need for change through a bold, aspirational [...]


    • They need to stop killing trees for these kinds of books, even if they are used in 'board rooms and leadership committees'.With the rise of the jejune, it makes me wonder if people who received MBA's in grad school are those who changed degrees after they failed basket weaving classes. A note for those in US board rooms and leadership committees who initiate cruel and unusual punishment by forcing others to share in your literary high wierdness: If there are a number of elementary school level b [...]


    • In der heutigen Gesellschaft wird das Thema Veränderungen gross geschrieben - auch an mir geht es nicht einfach so vorbei.Tagtäglich lernen wir immer mehr dazu - ob das nun im beruflichen Bereich ist oder im Privaten. Wir lernen nie aus und wenn man betrachtet, wie schnell sich die Gesellschaft weiter entwickelt und was von uns gefordert wird, sind wir beinahe gezwungen, uns weiter zu entwickeln und mit dem 'Trend' zu gehen. Denn wenn wir nicht immer mehr dazu lernen, werden wir irgendwann den [...]


    • A fun and interesting fable using the story of a colony of Emperor Penguins as a metaphor for how an organization can go about making a needed change.I enjoy business books in general, but among my favorites are the "story"-based books, such "The One-Minute Manager", "Who Moved My Cheese", "Inside the Magic Kingdom", "The Go-Giver", "It's Not About You", and others. These books take complex and sometimes fear-inducing subjects (like change) and present them in friendly ways to help readers under [...]


    • A group of penguins find themselves on ice which develops cracks. When the alarm is raised that the group needs to move to a more stable piece of ice the others in the group respond in very familiar ways: denial, admitting the problem but refusing to discuss consequences, panic and fear, and those who seek a solution.The situations and reactions to the iceberg melting are clear, identifiable, and are easy to relate to the personal experiences. Kotter invites the reader to imagine how others are [...]


    • اجمل شيء في هذا الكتاب ان البطريق يمكن ان يقدم عرضاً للبطاريق الاخرى بواسطة الباور بوينت !!!كتاب يتحدث عن اهمية التغيير ( ان كان لا بد منه ) تحت اي ظرف و في اي مكان شرط توفر الارادة و النية.انصح بقرائته لفائدته الجمة لمختلف الاشخاص الذين يعملون في كافة مجالات الحياة.


    • Our iceberg is meltingwe are a group of penguins living on the icebergould we work with each other to find a solution or just do what we want to do by ourselves? Excellent book on how to manage change.


    • A simple tale, with hidden depth, outlining what is required to lead effective change. I wish I'd read this book years ago!


    • كتاب رائع غير كثير من المفاهيمأنصح به كل من يسعى لإحداث تغيير ناجح


    • Our iceberg is melting ✩✩✩✩I give 4 star to this book, I liked it. It was a story about a penguin colony whose iceberg was melting. All the things that they had to go through to overcome this challenge, and all the steps that they went through to succeed. This book was written as fable, so it was entertaining and at the same time you were learning. This is a book that is easy to read. I think that this book, will help me in my heros journey. This book, taught me many things that will hel [...]


    • I'm not sure what to say about this book. We were given copies of this book by our management team at work in connection with a pending divisional restructure. I think the book was intended to help us adapt to change but I don't really see a parallel between the fabricated and factually flawed fable of penguins on a melting iceberg and what we are facing at work. The author actually did a good job of covering known facts about Emperor Penguins (e.g. their diving depth, lung capacity, and relianc [...]


    • سأحاول كتابة أفكار مشتتة مستخرجة من الكتابكن إيجابيا و ثق بنفسك عندما ترى خطأ ما فعليك محاولة اصلاحه.لا تتقدم لاتخاذ خطوة عملية إلا بعد أن تحضر كل البراهين اللازمة على صحة رأيك بما لا يدع أى مجال للشك لدى الآخرينتوقع أن الجميع ليس من المفترض أن يتحمسوا لك. سيوجد المتكبر الذى [...]


    • Meh. There is some good stuff here about managing change, I suppose, but nothing that will rock your world. The fable format is a very quick read, and is easily accessible by almost any audience, but that also means it's extremely lightweight. I found it to be unintentionally funny in some places (e.g a leadership group gives a child a broken bottle as a reward -- a bottle that has special meaning to the adults, but a broken bottle nonetheless) and gag-worthy in others. For example, a leadership [...]


    • The shy, unassuming Fred is worried. The home of the Antarctic penguins, their iceberg is melting. But of course, the powers-that-be doubt him and think he's plain delusional.How does Fred go about convincing them? How does he adapt to the styles of various senior penguins and convince them? This fabulous fable is powerful because it offers real-life ideas on how to convince different types of people.The illustrations help in explaining the 8 principles that help in bringing about change, using [...]


    • Changing and Succeeding Work together for a needed change! They were skeptical of a nomadic life but when tried there was more food, prosperous environments and more resources. To keep a program successful strive harder and have faith. Page 123 "1- Created a sense of urgecy in the colony to deal with a difficult problem 2- put a carefully selected group in charge of guiding the change 3- found the sensible vision of a better future 4- communicated that vision so others would understand and accep [...]


    • Three and a half stars. Yet another work read and this one sticks in my mind. Probably as much for the entertainment value as the educational one. How to identify and work with those resistant to change (for whatever reason) without letting them, yourself, or your work get sidetracked.


    • Nice and easy fable. It's packed with many hidden examples and it's easy to remember them, when you need it most.


    • I wish there would have been more elaboration at the end of the story. I love penguins, so I enjoyed the story. It just felt incomplete to me at the end. Very interesting material to present though.


    • كتاب اخر من كتب عديدة تطالب بالتغيير إذا لزم الأمر والتعامل معه وتقبلهالحقيقة لست مهيأة لأي تغيير في الوقت الحالي


    • I like the way the author put it in a story kind of way so when you slowly start to get in contact with that thing the book is about it might be help. For me I read it like a story.



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