Mary Lynn Manns and Linda Rising, in their new book “More Fearless Change” have come out with an excellent sequel to their first book “Fearless Change” – a collection of tactics and strategies to make change happen in an organization. As the authors say, this book is not a recipe for change but a collection of patterns which will provide ideas to change the mindsets and behaviors of people involved in change in organizations . Their first book had a set of 49 patterns and their second had 15 patterns.
Here is a brief summary of the 64 Change Patterns –> Brief Summary of More Fearless Change
Dominica Degrandis’s book “Making Work Visible – Exposing Time Theft to Optimize Work and Flow” dwelves on not just making work visible but identifies the five time thieves that prevent you from getting work done – namely, Too much WIP, Unknown Dependencies, Unplanned Work, Conflicting Priorities and Neglected Work. Each of these “time thieves” are dealt with in depth and also looks into ways and means to tackle each of them.
Here is a brief summary of the book –>Brief Summary of Making Work Visible
“The Coaching Habit:Say Less, Ask More and Change the way you Lead Forever” by Michael Bungay Stanier is a great read for Coaches in asking the right questions, which builds curiosity and get the most out of a Coaching conversation. The Seven questions are:
- What’s on your mind?
- And what else?
- What is the real challenge here for you?
- What do you really want?
- What do you want from me?
- What could be being fully committed to the idea look like?
- What was most useful for you?
Here is a brief summary of the book –> Brief Summary of The Coaching Habit
This is a brief summary of the book “Liminal Thinking – Create the change you want by changing the way you think” by Dave Gray. Dave is the author of books such as “Gamestorming” and “The Connected company”.
According to Dave, Liminal thinking is the art of creating change by understanding, changing and reframing beliefs. The book goes on to talk about the Principles and Practices of Liminal Thinking.
Here is a brief summary of the book “Liminal Thinking” Brief Summary of Liminal thinking 1.0