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Written by Spencer Johnson, coauthor of The One Minute Managerthis enlightening and amusing story illustrates the vital importance of being able to deal with unexpected change. Hardcover johnsn, 96 pages. Published February 7th by Vermilion first published Spenced 8th ScurryHemHawSniff. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Who Moved My Cheese? Greetings, I have heard about this book and was wondering if anyone has read it yet?
I do recommend it. Does anyone recommend any similar books? Scott Korin Don’t bother. Unless you are going to check this book out at the library jognson somebody gave it to you, do not buy this book.
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It’s a simple metaphor written in a patronizing way and using a large font and big margins. If you typed this out in Word, it would be maybe 40 pages long. See all 19 questions about Who Moved My Cheese?
Lists with This Book. Sep 05, Seizure Romero rated it did not like it Recommends it for: View all 42 comments. Sep 26, Brian rated it did not like it Recommends it for: You can read this book in about 45 minutes, but it will feel like a week. I think that I would have enjoyed the Spanish version better. I don’t speak Spanish. I don’t know whether the authors of this book have an employer, but if they do, I would recommend a “random” drug test.
This book is about a team of two mice and a team of two minature exectives who each slide into a pair of size 0. All goes well–until somebody moved the cheese!
Chaos You can read this book in about 45 minutes, but it will feel like a week. Chaos then predictably if not hilariously ensues. And that is the intelligent part of the book For the remainder of the book, we get to listen in on a group of friends discuss how the philosophy behind this epic tale of missing cheese relates to their lives. The members of this discussion group are the type of people for whom warning labels are placed on hot coffee cups.
If this half-assed tale of relocated dairy food has any relevance to your life, then there is any number of medications that you should consider asking your doctor about. View all 23 comments. Mar 16, Kate rated it did not like it Shelves: This is a book about victimized lower and middle class mice trapped in a corporate capitalist maze, forced by The Man to scurry around, looking for “The Cheese” salary, K, maybe even decent PPO or HMO.
So what are the mice supposed to do? Are they supposed to unionize, or protest the WTO, or elect people who will enforce antitrust laws in this country! Scurry, scurry, little mice! That is why this book is horrid. But I’m not bitter. View all 35 comments.
Who Moved My Cheese?
Mar 19, Kevin Fanning rated it did not like it. If your boss gives you this to read find a new job. View all 10 comments. View all 15 comments.
Sep 23, Tony rated it did not like it Recommends llveado for: It requires a unique sort of demonic skill to take the utterly obvious, lather it with sentimentality, turn it into an animal story, give it a big font and wide margins so that what really ought to be a pamphlet handed out for free on subways becomes instead a “book,” and then expect businesspeople to buy it.
God help johnsoh all. View all 3 comments. The text describes change in one’s work and life, and four typical reactions to those changes by two mice and two “little people” during their hunt for cheese. Aug 03, Archit Ojha rated it it was amazing Shelves: Change or get run over! A great many people have recommended this particular one to me; I did not read. I simply had to put your name in the Recommendation Box, Pooja.
Adapting and forecasting change lurking around the corner is mark of sheer greatness. The best quote perhaps was curbing the wrong interpretations that might be psencer out: Do not change the person but innovate your habits. If you love your partner, let them know about it in a million different ways that change everyday. Novelty is what keeps things moving.
The story is perfectly written and takes up one hour of your life but may just give you a knowledge of a lifetime. I can quesk these terms being recited to people in the company I work or the football teams I lead. And I quote, “Keep moving whilst riding a bicycle. Else you fall down. Sniff the changes and scurry to action. And of course, Be Worldclass like the very book itself. Spencer Johnson hits the bulls-eye in a 60 minute book.
Mar 13, Amy rated it did not like it Shelves: However, it was recently recommended to me because I mentioned that I’m not especially enthusiastic about change. I wish I could un-read this book.
I thought it was overly simplistic and rather insulting to any intelligent person. This book contains such clever little proverbs as “He was happy when he wasn’t being run by his fears” in other words, just stop being afraid, and you’ll be happy.
Ok, good, I’ll try that if my car breaks down on a dark deserted highway, or next time my father complains of chest pains. Sometimes you’re not supposed to be happy.
Sometimes you’re supposed to stay alert and guarded, and be ready for action. The question I wish the author had addressed instead of coming up with platitudes in praise of change is this: What is the balance between working to improve what you have repairing vs. Adaptation and flexibility are all well and good, but sometimes life is a little too complicated to be resolved just by embracing change.
After all, as authors Kathleen and William Lundin said in one of their books “Adapting to a wild leader is like being the fox in a blood-sport hunt. You may be quick, clever, and nimble, but you’ll still be killed at the end of the game. View all 7 comments. Jan 30, Ben Briggs rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Silly little self promoting book.
First third is a bunch of people sitting around talking about this new silver-bullet omniscient business book that changed their lives. Middle third is this fairy tale that I can sum up in five 5 words: And finally the most insulting part is the last third where that group of high-potential future cult followers reassembles and discusses this epiphany of a book that they have read and they all agree to buy copies for all of their fri Silly little self promoting book.
And finally the most insulting part is the last third where that group of high-potential future cult followers reassembles and discusses this epiphany of spencef book that they have read and they all agree to buy copies for all of their friends and coworkers – as I recall, one guy was going to buy cases of the book for his whole dept at work.
Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson
Of course the last llrvado is the coup de grais – an order form for more books! Oh pooh, now I have gone and done what Johnson did – gone and wasted a whole lot of words when those 5 in caps above would have sufficed nicely.
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Oct 05, Otsu yee rated it really liked it Recommends it for: When my boss first gave me this book to read, I was definately in place where I had no interest in even knowing descargzr my attitude was towards change.