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“Who Moved My Cheese?”
An amazing way to deal with change in your work and in your life.
“Who Moved My Cheese” uses cheese as a metaphor to explore how differently people deal with change. The tale has been used by businesses to help employees address change and stress in the workplace. In fact, the United States Depart of Labor lists this book as one that has shaped work in America.
This assignment introduces us to Change Management. View the video link below (which is a movie of the book – approximately 12 minutes long).
One concept from this book is to transform adversity into a personal advantage. Answer the information below in a Discussion Board post. After you post your information, respond to two other classmates.
1. List personal challenges you have overcome in the past.
2.Determine which character from the book you most relate and explain why?
3.Create a list of ways to deal with impending changes and categorize these ways as positive or negative.
4. Explain how you can face a complex problem and fix or at least adapt to the situation.
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