"Fish!" told the story of a fictional company that transformed itself by applying lessons from Seattle's Pike Place Fish Market. The follow up "Fish! Tales" told of real life companies that boosted morale and improved results by implementing these same principles. The third in this series teaches how to effect change in business and to make it stick through tough and changing times such as turnover in management and staff. The text attempts to show how to keep work vital, alive and fresh, while maintaining those innovations that really work for your company.
(Of FISH!) 'This is one fish story that doesn't exaggerate. It shows you how changing your attitude lets you enjoy your work and your life. Hook into it, it's quite a catch!' -- Spencer Johnson, author of Who Moved My Cheese? (Of FISH!) 'I recommend their book to anyone, on any level, who wants to make a difference at work.' -- Hyrum Smith, co-chairman of Franklin Covey Co. (Of FISH!) 'The story of the world famous Pike Place fishmarket is fantastic. But this book is not just about selling fish; it's a love story that can happen in your organisation too.' -- Ken Blanchard, from the foreword (Of FISH!) 'I think that this book should be given to any new employee... on their first day of owrk... Buy it!' -- Amazon reader review 'FISH! is by far the best book that I have ever read about motivating a team through creative leadership.' -- Amazon reader review
Stephen Lundin is a writer, filmmaker and professional speaker. Harry Paul is consulting partner with the Ken Blanchard Companies. John Christensen is a filmmaker, and the CEO of ChartHouse Learning, the leading producer of corporate learning films, including the Fish! video.