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Leading Change
Leading Change
von John P. Kotter
  Gebundene Ausgabe

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Organizational Diagnosis - Powerful insights, 21. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Leading Change (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Working in an organization where change stalled, to a point where innovation is absolutely discouraged, there were some sleepless nights when I couldn't stop thinking "Why? What went wrong?" After reading the first chapter of Leading Change, the answers come to surface with surgical precision. In fact, I can now pinpoint almost all reasons why things went wrong, and how one can turn from a leading prince into a caged victim. If I had had this insight earlier in my job, perhaps early warning could have been given. In fact, Mr. Kotter's books reads (for my organization) almost like a case study on "make the 8 basic mistakes, relax and watch chaos emerge". In my particular case, I can even give the names and position for each key player that failed. At the level of this book, I can only place Sun Tzu 's classic, "The Art of War", and I would reccommend this book to every person having management resposibilities, since it gives the necessary insight to diagnose malfunction symptoms clearly and precisely. All that is needed is good sense and fair judgement.


Wizard and Glass: Dark Tower IV
Wizard and Glass: Dark Tower IV
von Stephen King
  Taschenbuch

2.0 von 5 Sternen The gunslinger fled to the east, and we followed., 12. Dezember 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Wizard and Glass: Dark Tower IV (Taschenbuch)
I am in favor of the minority about this book. It is tinted with too much tragic love, and cross-references to other books. Specially the Wizard of Oz ones. It seems that the more info you get about Roland life, the more inconsistent it becomes. I would prefer to see him traning Jake as the next gunslinger along the Path of the Beam and find out whether he's got the guts to act as Cort did to him. Or will Jake play the the part of a new hawk to win one further step to the tower? From what I remember, Roland will find another love, who will die with a nail in her forehead (just read again The Gunslinger) This is not the end of Susan Delgado, so will another romance pop up in the DT V book? I think, and of course it is just an opinion, that the series theme is much too diverse for this excursions into Roland's Past. Was there ever the need for Roland, son of Steven to have a surname!
If you like the Gunslinger as a character, you can skip this book. It makes you feel that Roland is nothing more than a lunatic with an unbending purpose. The more details given, the most the focus of the series is lost.
I hope the next book will be a simpler but darker tale, for all readers' (and their fathers') sake.
P.S. : Mr. King's spanish is lousy, and he should either improve it or stick to his mother tongue in his writing. It is not that he may blunder, but in the U.S. there are lots of spanish-speaking people that may just laugh when he writes gringo-jargon.


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