It is very meaningful and informative.
A few observations have to be made at this juncture.
Frogs in a frying pan with constantly raising temperatures is an obvious-controllable situation. But market trends are very unpredictable. Most of the market movements are very speculative. But frogs in the frying pan ..is absolute and definite. In a highly volatile market situations like ours, share markets drop dead even if our Finance Minister says he will resign. If one of the Ambani brothers fall ill, the share market is affected.
What I would like to share with every one is..no doubt this is a good example, but we need to see beyond this to understand the market trends. And it is not as simple as the story depicts.
Good work, sir Raj.
Keep sending more...!!!!
Sudhakar

From India, Hyderabad
I unfortunately days later have read the article today. THis is undoubtedly an enormous essay I have read. Being in the management in a reputated company I feel definately this (article) represents the situation well. Each giant company waits its last breath before it goes for a change.
From India, Patna
Dear Sudha
What you are talking about is market risk, and there is no control over the market. What the story here is being conveyed is about you your product style and services should change and also to understand immediate surrounding.
For example there is a famous case of iridium mobile, they made satellite mobiles, but that never took off in the desired fashion because there was no proper research done and no futuristic planning was involved,and as a result the phone never got popular and also it was thrown out of raise within three years with the entry of cellular phones.
Business risk are different from increase in the risk due to faulty calculative methods of risk analysis.
Regards
Octavious

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir,
Just Shocked after reading story, how change take place, it is human natural phenomena that to get adjust with situation, due to this we keeps on adjusting until it reaches at its highest peak & when it is reached at unbearable situation, but in vain it is too late................
Good one .................. Keep posting
Thanking,
Rameshwar

From India, Mumbai
Dear Colleague, It is areally interesting story and a indication for self-development, which in normal course people are not able to understand except HR people. regards spsadar
From India, Nagpur
Hi Sir
it is an excellent story with the best example to understand the situation of the changing organisational culture. If the top management will understand this point, every company will be surviving in the market and will never downfall.
Thanks & Regards
Meenakshi

From India, Delhi
This is great! For those interested in more on Change - read Our Iceberg is Melting by John Kotter. I am attaching a brief summary of key points for benefit of our community


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Yes .. I believe, Prediction, forecast especially mindset important to take it forward the change management.. Any disagreements?? Please post…
From India, Hyderabad
Yes .. I believe, Prediction, forecast especially mindset important to take it forward the change management.. Any disagreements?? Please post…
From India, Hyderabad
very perfect. Actually your this article has helped me a lot. My org is going through changes which employees are not eccepting it. I will mail them so that they will also understand this.
From India, Mumbai

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