The Heath brothers did another brilliant job with this book is a must read! The book is layed out to really help you to understand how to not only get you to change but others.
Content: Good. This book helped connect other sources on the subject together. So if you read other books mentioned here - it will help. Good examples and practical advice.
Audio: Bad. Unbelievably mismatched voice actor with material! It will require you a lot of concentration and rewinding.
I loved this book! It is excellent for anyone who is up to changing their own life or is responsible for change in an organization. It definately gave me much that I will use in my quest to provide quality education to children. I've already used many of the suggestions in my own life.
Not your typical self-help book. Great advice, and concrete examples for making changes in your life or in your work force.
I loved this series initially - but now i don't know.Maybe I just need to take a break and come back to it. Anyways I liked it.
This is a helpful little book about how to bring about change in others, their organizations, and within ourselves. It is filled with anecdotes and examples which, for me, were informative and reinforced the key learings rather than a side line. Robert Morris and others have written far more detailed reviews than my own. I would ad the following.
The book is rich in insight, delightful to listen to, well written, well read, entertaining, and thought provoking.
From the brothers who wrote "make it stick", and who use their own ideas to get effect: this book is full of helpful easy to remember ideas for how to make personal and team change. I listened to it first on audible and have now bought the book so I can have it as a reference as I continue to work on managing personal and company change.
Great narrator. Loved the knowledge shared in this book. Inspired me to make some significant changes.