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The Change Book: Fifty models to explain how things happen



Is there a refined way of making your way in the world that is subject to constant change? Doesn’t it feel like the time is slipping away? What is the exact reason why people are unfaithful? What is the government doing to take care of threats?

Explaining all the points above is what this book does, and that means putting the entire emphasis on “change.” 

Come to think of it, there are so many changes that take place in our lives on a daily basis; be it slow or at a fast-paced speed that just can’t be halted. Through The Change Book, all of these concepts are explored in great detail. 

The Change Book puts forth complex theories and presents fifty models that are hands down effective in transforming our world. The insides of change are greatly opened up by conveying to us the information that change is happening everywhere. 

Whether it is a new job you are headed at or lobbying around a cause; The Change Book is your road to go through the culture, technology, and relationships by digging in deeper. 

What is the book about?

The book illustrates fifty models where there is a dedicated page or two with flow diagrams. The world that we live in is undergoing constant flux, and the book is written keeping in mind these concepts.

The world is spinning at a regular pace; be it business trends or leading trends. The Change Book has 52 models where there is a visual component to describe it better. These models explicitly explain the ways “change” happen. 

Mikael Krogerus and Roman Tschäppeler fuel the further notions on the Internet by using their wit and knack. 

Key Takeaways!

The Change Book has so many examples executed beautifully to help you comprehend every model. For instance, one model explains the reason behind economic booms and busts that happen. This indirectly signifies the share market. A flow diagram alongside the explanation makes it easy to understand the economic reality.

The four main sections are stretched for two big reasons:

  • Understanding, explaining, and illustrating the changes that take place in the world.
  • The other two sections explain the bigger changes in the world.

The other reason why this book is more presentable than many others is its descriptive illustration with the help of pie charts, mind maps, and axis models. This translates the ideas in mind in a composed way followed by understanding the mechanism behind simple ideas. 

Worth the Read?

The Change Book has a lot to offer including simulating and provoking facts that are beneficial for the readers who get their hands-on entertaining pieces. 

Readers can explore other subjects by visiting every topic in great detail. To conclude, the book is entertaining, diverting, and shares knowledge. 

As someone who is involved in building projects, meeting with people and dealing with them, and making presentations; this book is for you to take home to balance your life in both places. Although, you will have to put some effort to make the best out of this book post you finish reading. 

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Mayuresh S. Shilotri writes on Product, EdTech, UX, Customer Development & Early Stage Growth. 2,000-Word posts only. You can discover more about me here

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