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Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
Who moved my cheese  ppt
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Who moved my cheese ppt

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In this book the word ‚“CHEESE“ is used as metaphor for what anybody want to have in life- wether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money or a possession, health or peace of mind. …

In this book the word ‚“CHEESE“ is used as metaphor for what anybody want to have in life- wether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money or a possession, health or peace of mind.
The 4 characters depicted in the story are intended to represent the simple and complex parts of our self regardless of our age, gender or race.

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  • 1. Ihr Logo Who moved my cheese ? By- Dr SPENCER JOHNSON PRESENTATION BY:- Abhilasha Singh Ambari Parmar Diksha Singh Drishya Trivedi Vaibhav Kabra
  • 2. Your Logo METAPHOR DEFINATION  In this book the word ‚“CHEESE“ is used as metaphor for what anybody want to have in life- wether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money or a possession, health or peace of mind.  The word ‚‘‘MAZE“ is used as metaphor for where anyone look for what they want- the organisation they work in, or the family or community they live in.
  • 3. Your Logo CHARACTERS DESCRIPTION  The 4 characters depicted in the story are intended to represnt the simple and complex parts of ourself regardless of our age, gender or race.
  • 4. Your Logo  Mice poses simple brain and good instincts, whereas the little people complex brains filled with many beliefs and emotions. 1. SNIFF- He is a little mouse who sniffes out changes early. 2. SCURRY- He is a little mouse who adapt himself according to the changes and acts accordingly. 3. HEM- He is a little person who denies and resist change as he fears it will lead to something worse. 4. HAW- He is a little person who learns to adapt in time when sees changing can lead to something better.
  • 5. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS CHANGE HAPPENS They keep moving the cheese
  • 6. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS ANTICIPATE CHANGE Get ready for cheese to move
  • 7. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS MONITOR CHANGE Smell the cheese often so you know when it is getting old
  • 8. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS ADAPT TO CHANGE QUICKLY The quicker you let go the old cheese the sooner you enjoy new cheese
  • 9. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS CHANGE Move with the cheese
  • 10. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS ENJOY CHANGE! Savor the adventure and enjoy the taste of new cheese
  • 11. Your Logo LESSONS ON THE WALLS BE READY TO CHANGE QUICKLY AND ENJOY IT AGAIN & AGAIN They keep moving the cheese
  • 12. Your Logo CONCLUSION  Through the story of the four characters author Dr. Spencer Johnson wants to show how to: 1. Anticipate change. 2. Adapt to change quickly. 3. Enjoy change. 4. Be ready to change quickly, again and again.
  • 13. Your Logo

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