1. Wind & Crook’s point is that what you see is what you believe. Explain its rationale and the related roles of mental model in everyday life.
2. Mental models are powerful in both the negative and the positive way. Make the lists explaining its power in terms of its enabling (e.g. assets) and constraining aspects (e.g. liabilities).
3. Your own experience running a miracle mile.
4. List Wind and Cook's ways they suggest to free us from the matrix or prison of mental model.
5. Neo-Lewinian Approach and its differences from Wind and Cook, Kotter, Collins and Porras; How would you integrate these various approaches into the Neo-Lewinian Approach?
6. Discuss which role of change manager would help complete each step of Kotter’s model.
7. Differences and communalities between envisioned future and core ideology; how each component of envisioned future and core ideology helps us free from the cage of our mental model?
8. The relationship among Collins & Porras, Kaplan’s Balanced Score Card, and Strategic HRM.
9. Discuss Wind & Crook, Collins & Porras, and Kaplan in terms of change managers’ role; which aspect is highlighted in each theory?
10. Difference between competencies and values and distinctive sources of conditional confidence and unconditional confidence.