Who moved my cheese?: an a-mazing way to deal with change in your work and in your life

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, Nov 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 96 pages
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Relates a highly meaningful parable intended to help one deal with change quickly and prevail, offering readers a simple way to progress in their work and lives.

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Who Moved My Cheese has a strong and widely applicable message about accepting change, in a story that is easy to follow and fun to read. I can think of many people that I would like to have read this ... Read full review

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Spencer Johnson, M.D., is one of the world's most respected thinkers and beloved authors.

His eleven international bestselling books include the #1 titles "Who Moved My Cheese?"(R) "An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change, "the most widely read book on change, and "The One Minute Manager"(R), the world's most popular management method for over two decades, coauthored with Kenneth Blanchard.

Dr. Johnson is often referred to as "the best there is at taking complex subjects and presenting simple solutions that work."

He recieved a B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of Southern California, an M.D. degree from the Royal College of Surgeons, and performed medical clerkships at the Mayo Clinic and the Harvard Medical School.

He has served as Leadership Fellow at the Harvard Business School, and is currently Advisor to the Center For Public Leadership at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

His work has captured the attention of major media, including the Associated Press, the BBC, CNN, "Fortune", the "New York Times", the "Today" show, "Time" magazine, "USA Today", and United Press International.

More than forty-six million copies of Spencer Johnson's books are in print worldwide in more than forty-seven languages.

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