That's Not How We Do It Here!: A Story About How Organizations Rise, Fall – and Can Rise Again (That's Not How We Do It Here!)De (autor) John Kotter, Holger Rathgeber
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A new business parable from John Kotter - the leading authority on leadership and change, and bestselling author of Our Iceberg is Melting
That's Not How We Do It Here is the story of a clan of meerkats who live in the Kalahari. Well organised and efficient, the colony enjoys many years of successful growth, until it suddenly comes under threat from a new form of predator and is forced to rethink its organizational structure.
John Kotter uses this charming parable to explore why organizations often struggle no matter their past success, and why they fall.
Kotter shows that by embracing reliability, efficiency, speed and agility, and building passion, discipline and personal growth, organizations can once again prosper, fulfil their mission, create great jobs and services and generate wealth.
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Regarded by many as the authority on leadership and change, Dr. John P. Kotter is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning business and management thought leader, business entrepreneur, inspirational speaker and Harvard Professor. He is author of 18 books to date, including Our Iceberg is Melting and Leading Change. His books have reached millions, and have been printed in over 150 foreign language editions. Holger Rathgeber is also the co-author of Our Iceberg is Melting.
A meerkat falling prey to the unexpected attack of a vulture doesn't keep many leaders up at night. But the unanticipated assault of new competitor, or a fundamental shift in the operating environment, can evoke an almost paralyzing fear in the most successful organizations. This simple parable of furry mammals facing the challenge of adapting to threat offers real insights into the journey so many of us must make. Brilliant!
It works. And not just for meerkats.
Kotter and Rathgeber's ability to impart clear lessons via fable is as strong as ever