When we stay on theme.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
The third book I added to my new library was Les fondements du changement stratégique (The Foundations of Strategic Change) by Taieb Hafsi and Bruno Fabi. Written, or at least published, almost at the same time as the Hafsi and Demers book, the two works cite each other. The first is more focused on evaluating the ability to change, the second represents the theoretical basis for this evaluation.
This book is much more theoretical, but represents a small masterpiece of research and sums up quite well the main schools of thought in the field. Far from being the only ones to have done something like this, I still enjoyed reading this type of academic review in my mother tongue, by authors of the same language. The book’s proposals are largely based on this bibliographical research, why reinvent something if we can be the first to consolidate what should be.
The book has the same structure as Thompson’s, which I think is ideal until I find a better one. Combining a list of proposals, which are easily identifiable in the book, as well as a conclusion for each chapter, in my opinion, guarantees success, especially for readers.
Following this book, I modified my technique of expanding my new library. I’ll tell you about it in a future post.
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/