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May 2016 MONTHLY REVIEW : A Note From John Kotter

Dear Reader, The people at Kotter international surprise and delight me all the time. Most recently, a group of them volunteered to work on an initiative of their own invention related to my new fable, That’s Not How We Do It Here! which will be published on June 7. Their concept is interesting – and […]

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APRIL 2016 MONTHLY REVIEW: That’s Not How We Do It Here!

  Special offers for our faithful newsletter readers! Be among the first to read That’s Not How We Do It Here! We’re just about a month away from the launch of John Kotter’s first fable in ten years – That’s Not How We Do It Here! – coauthored by Holger Rathgeber. As a special thanks […]

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March 2016 NEWSLETTER: That’s Not How We Do It Here!

          Kotter International Newsletter March 2016 That’s Not How We Do It Here! Last month John announced that his newest book, That’s Not How We Do It Here! A Story about How Organizations Rise and Fall – and Can Rise Again  will be published on June 7, 2016. But…we can’t wait […]

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FEBRUARY 2016 NEWSLETTER: Speed Matters

Speed Matters Short URL Copy Facebook 0 likes Twitter 0 tweets Google +1 Subscribe Share Past Issues RSS Translate English العربية Afrikaans беларуская мова български català 中文(简体) 中文(繁體) Hrvatski Česky Dansk eesti keel Nederlands Suomi Français Deutsch Ελληνική हिन्दी Magyar Gaeilge Indonesia íslenska Italiano 日本語 ភាសាខ្មែរ 한국어 македонски јазик بهاس ملايو Malti Norsk Polski Português Português – Portugal Română […]

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FORBES BLOG: Leadership Lessons From Astronaut Scott Kelly

While most of the nation has been tracking results from Super Tuesday, I have been enthralled by astronaut Scott Kelly’s return to Earth after 340 days on the International Space Station. NASA has historically been a leader of pioneering research, focused on pushing our understanding of space, aeronautics, science, technology and humanity. As part of […]

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FORBES BLOG: 3 Reasons Why Han Solo Is A Better Leader Than You

Principal at Kotter International, Jimmy Leppert received his Jedi Training by watching Star Wars every weekend in his childhood. Star Wars: The Force Awakens may have been nominated for five Academy Awards this year, but sadly, there’s no award to recognize the intrepid Han Solo for his superb leadership in the epic Star Wars franchise. […]

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Moving From Strategic Planning Towards Strategic Agility

by Michelle Weidner For decades, it has been common for organizations to dedicate significant time and resources into strategic planning processes. The objective was to establish goals and then create measurable, incremental steps to achieve them. In simpler times, this worked well. But Justin Wasserman of Kotter International, who has led organizations across the globe […]

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FORBES BLOG: Not As Simple As ‘Be Mine’: 4 Relationship Lessons For M&A

A Principal at Kotter International (and hopeless romantic), Shaun Spearmon helps leaders accelerate strategy implementation. This time each year, candy shops, florists and jewelers are flooded with people seeking to convey their appreciation and adoration for that special someone – their Valentine. Unlike in the world of romance, Valentine’s Day occurs in the business world sporadically […]

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FORBES BLOG: Bowie Leadership: Turn And Face The Strange

Managing Director at Kotter International, Justin Wasserman helps leaders accelerate strategy implementation in their organizations.   Hilton Als of The New Yorker described the late great David Bowie (1947-2016) as the outsider who made different kids feel like dancing in that difference. Born David Robert Jones, Bowie was the quintessential music and fashion chameleon. Rejecting […]

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JANUARY 2016 NEWSLETTER: From the Desk of CEO Rick Western

As we all look to accelerate results in 2016 and, naturally, think about New Year’s resolutions, I’d like to talk a moment about what will excite and motivate you and your entire organization to change behaviors and sustain those changes throughout the year and beyond. Here’s a hint – it’s not mission, vision, strategy, core values or purpose. Each of those common business concepts is valuable, but they are not enough.

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