The five disfunction of a team
Patrick Lencioni: You need a team Five objectives of successful cooperation HVG Kiadó, September 2009 The definitive factor of competitiveness is not money, nor strategy or technology, but rather team work. If you can persuade everyone to ‘row in the same direction’, you can gain market leadership in any given industry, on any market, against […]
The key to real team work is being able to control and constrain your traits that stop you from effectively cooperating with others, that demolish communities and yield discord.
Team building sounds like an easy job but managing the process is very difficult.
The author uses an exciting story to demonstrate how an IT firm lost much of its good reputation within merely two years, and how a new CEO, hired from outside, managed to create a solid team in hardly fought battles which carried the company back to the top.
This captivating fable guides you through the typical operative dysfunctions of teams, and gives you an insight into the five-stage leadership model of team building.
The Hungarian translation is based on the following publication:
Patrick Lencioni: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable. Jossey-Bass, 2002
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