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Which book on Change Management would you recommend to an experienced change practitioner?

List compiled in response to this question of 58,760 Organisational Change Practitioners in the LinkedIn group:

Title Author(s)
A Peacock in the Land of Penguins BJ Gallagher
Appreciative Enquiry for Change Management Lewis, Passmore & Cantore
Better Thinking, Better Results

: Enterprise-Wide Lean Transformation

Bob Emiliani
Change Intelligence Barbara Trautleins
Change Management Pocket Guide (Tools & Templates) Kate Nelson, Stacy Aaron
Change Managers Handbook Heidi Selleslagh
Change the Culture, Change the Game Roger Connors, Tom Smith
Chimp Paradox Steve Peters
Coaching Ourselves Henry Mintzberg
Culture Trumps Everything Dr. Gustavo Grodinitzky
Eight Constants of Change Stacy Aaron, Kate Nelson
Fifth Discipline: Art and Practice of the Learning Organization Peter Senge
Heart of Change John Kotter, Dan Cohen
Influence Robert Cialdini
Launch, Lead, Live Dawn-Marie Turner
Leading Change John Kotter
Lean Change Management Jason Little
Managing Henry Mintzberg
Managing and Leading People through Change Ken Blanchard
Managing Transition William Bridge
Organization change: Theory and Practice W.W. Burke
Organizational Change – an Action Oriented Toolkit T.F. Cawsey,Gene Descea,Cynthia Ingols
Organizational Change by Choice Dexter Dunphy
Our Iceberg is Melting John Kotter
Polarity Management Polarity Thinking Barry Johnson
Project Managing Change Ira Blake & Cindy Bush.
Scarcity Sendhil Mullainathan
Seven Principles of Effective Change Management PROSCI
Shifting Sands: A guidebook for crossing the deserts of change Steve Donahue
Slack Tom de Marco
Solutions Focus: Making Coaching and Change SIMPLE” McKergow and Jackson
Switch Chip & Dan Heath
Theory U Otto Scharmer
Thinking, Fast and Slow Daniel Kahneman
Tipping Point Malcolm Gladwell
Transforming Business Society and Self EDX Ulab
Who Moved My Cheese Spencer Johnson