The book was mentioned several times in this thread and a couple of people offered some interesting insights on it:
I had to attend a seminar on this book a few years ago at work - watched a video, filled out worksheets, had group discussions etc. We all got a copy of the book at the end.
Anyway I found it all a big waste of time. Mind you, our industry was and still is going through a big change. But the whole thing to me seemed like a big charade by management to make it seem like they were doing something, instead of, you know, actually devising a detailed plan on how to address our problems.
But I’ll also echo what other posters said in the above-linked thread, in that the major dilemma many workers are facing in this economy isn’t so much that they don’t want to go looking for cheese, as it is that there simply isn’t enough cheese to go around, something which the book fails to address.