When you don’t stop on the way.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
Why stop? Let’s continue then. The next book on the list was Large-Scale Organizational Change by Allan M. Mohrman Jr., Susan Albers Mohrman and others. This book had the particularity of offering a series of texts, each taking up a chapter in the book, by authors all very different from each other. This book was written following a meeting between the co-authors in order to deepen the subject of the book’s title.
The book has 13 chapters and a conclusion that obviously leaves it open to an uncertain future. If you are looking for a definitive conclusion, don’t go to a researcher! :o) In this book, I saw the opportunity to read “13” books in one and so I got right down to the task. The peculiarity of this book was the multitude of world visions and perspectives present in the texts. Some I liked, others shocked me. In short, I was literally inundated with new content and I began to feel that time was doing its work and that I could not tackle more works if I didn’t somehow consolidate the works I was going through.
I therefore began to note down in a notepad the important points of the works that I had already read. I assure you it’s a demanding job, but it’s worth its weight in gold.
To be continued…
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/