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Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life

5 Ratings: 3.4
A book by Spencer Johnson

Change can be a blessing or a curse, depending on your perspective. The message ofWho Moved My Cheese?is that all can come to see it as a blessing, if they understand the nature of cheese and the role it plays in their lives.Who Moved My Cheese?is a … see full wiki

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Author: Spencer Johnson
Genre: Business & Investing, Health, Mind & Body
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons
5 reviews about Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to...
review by . July 28, 2009
For a book that can be read in under an hour, this little parable packs a lot of punch. A deceptively simple story, it has meaning for both professional and personal goals. It may have you nodding your head in agreement on almost every page...and quite possibly smacking your forehead when you realize you should have seen it a long time ago.    Perhaps the most poignant part (for me, anyway) was a simple question: "What would you do if you weren't afraid?" There's an inherent …
review by . April 03, 2005
While some reviewers take a dim view of Spencer Johnson's parable of change, "Who Moved My Cheese?," it's possible that they are missing his point. Johnson never intended to write an encyclopedia of change management. Instead, he has written a post-modern narrative of four different responses to change in our ever-changing world.     "Who Moved My Cheese?" is a light-hearted but practical reminder that change happens. It teaches the basic lesson, in story form, that only those …
review by . January 02, 2005
I heard rave reviews from fellow entrepreneurs about this book when I first started by business. But, honestly, it didn't really do anything but explain why all those people I worked with long ago behaved the way they did. While hindsight may be the greatest foresight, I instead really found this to not be a good use of my time (what little I have).
review by . March 31, 2001
Parables are an effective means to enclose unpleasant tales inside a palatable wrapper. We recognize aspects of ourselves in most of them and learn what to do in the best of them. This tale is one that is effective as a consequence of the simplicity. There are four main characters, all of which have life easy for awhile. However, once the adversity strikes, we see how each responds, which is a simple, powerful lesson about life.   No matter how hard we try or pretend it is otherwise, the …
review by . July 18, 2000
Although I had heard of this book, I didn't pick it up until the Chancellor in the community college district of which I am employed mentioned this gem. Our workplace is experiencing change after change and there promises to be even more in the future. How I and others handle it is the key to finding the new cheese. Truly it is hard to let go of the old moldy stuff and go in search of the new. This book is written in metaphors that young people can comprehend and can be applied to all aspects of …
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