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John Kotter
John Paul Kotter
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Born (1947-02-25) February 25, 1947 (age 73)
Alma materMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvard Business School
Occupationauthor, educator, management consultant, scholar
Nancy Dearman
Websitewww.kotterinc.com

John Paul Kotter is the Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus, at the Harvard Business School,[1] an author,[2] and the founder of Kotter International, a management consulting firm based in Seattle and Boston.[3] He is a thought leader in business, leadership, and change.[4]

Career

In 2008, he co-founded Kotter International with two others, where he currently serves as Chairman.[5] The business consultancy firm applies Kotter's research on leadership, strategy execution, transformation, and any form of large-scale change.

Since early in his career, Kotter has received numerous awards for his thought leadership in his field from Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg BusinessWeek,[6] Thinkers50,[4] Global Gurus[7] and others.

Personal life

Kotter lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife, Nancy Dearman. They have two children.[3]

Written work

Kotter is the author of 20 books, as listed below. 12 of these have been business bestsellers and two of which are overall New York Times bestsellers.[5]

  • Kotter, John P. (1974). Mayors In Action. John Wiley & Sons Inc. ISBN 047150540-4.
  • Kotter, John P. (1991) [1978]. Self Assessment & Career Development. Prentice Hall. ISBN 0138031487.
  • Kotter, John P. (1979). Power in Management. Amacom Books. ISBN 0814455077.
  • Kotter, John P. (1979). Organization - Texts, Cases, and Readings on the Management of Organizational Design and Change. R. D. Irwin. ISBN 0256022267.
  • Kotter, John P. (1986). The General Managers. Free Press. ISBN 0029182301.
  • Kotter, John P. (2008) [1985]. Power and Influence. Free Press. ISBN 978-1439146798.
  • Kotter, John P. (1988). The Leadership Factor. Free Press. ISBN 0029183316.
  • Kotter, John P. (1990). A Force for Change. Free Press. ISBN 0029184657.
  • Kotter, John P. (2011) [1992]. Corporate Culture and Performance. Free Press. ISBN 978-1451655322.
  • Kotter, John P. (1995). The New Rules. Free Press. ISBN 0029175860.
  • Kotter, John P. (1996). Leading Change. Harvard Business School Press. ISBN 978-0-87584-747-4.
  • Kotter, John P. (1997). Matsushita Leadership: Lessons from the 20th Century's Most Remarkable Entrepreneur. New York: The Free Press. ISBN 9780684834603. OCLC 35620432.
  • Kotter, John P. (1999). John P. Kotter on What Leaders Really Do.
  • Kotter, John P. (2002). The Heart of Change.
  • Kotter, John P. (2006). Our Iceberg is Melting.
  • Kotter, John P. (2008). A Sense of Urgency. United States: Harvard Business School Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4221-7971-0.
  • Kotter, John P. (2008). Managing Your Boss. ISBN 9781422122884.
  • Kotter, John P. (2010). Buy In. ISBN 9781422157299.
  • Kotter, John P. (2014). Accelerate: Building Strategic Agility for a Faster-Moving World. p. 224. ISBN 978-1625271747.
  • Kotter, John P. (2016). That's Not How We Do It Here!: A Story about How Organizations Rise and Fall--and Can Rise Again. p. 176. ISBN 978-0399563942.

In Leading Change (1996), and subsequently in The Heart of Change (2002), Kotter describes an eight stage model of successful change in which he seeks to support managers to lead change and to understand how people accept, engage with and maintain successful organisational change.[8]

References

  1. ^ Kotter, John P. "John P. Kotter - Faculty - Harvard Business School". Hbs.edu. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "Kotter". www.HBR.org. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Professor John P. Kotter". www.KotterInternational.com. Kotter International. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Thinkers 50 | Scanning, ranking and sharing the best management ideas in the world". thinkers50.com. Retrieved 2015.
  5. ^ a b "Bios - John Kotter". Kotter International. Retrieved 2014.
  6. ^ "Rating the Management Gurus". Businessweek. 2001-10-14. Retrieved 2014.
  7. ^ "Management Guru's |". globalgurus.org. Retrieved 2015.
  8. ^ Kotter, J., The 8-Step Process for Leading Change, accessed 10 January 2021

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