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Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance Hardcover – March 7, 2016
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Several times a year, dozens of senior leaders from around the globe form competing teams in the Executive Development Program at The Wharton School of Business. Observing over 100 groups working together in this intense living laboratory, the authors created a groundbreaking teamwork process and are now making it available to you. Committed Teams distills their insights down to a simple, repeatable framework that generates exceptional results.
A practical how-to guide, Committed Teams is divided into two parts. Part One describes the three essential steps that produce high-performing teams: establishing commitments, building productive relationships, and closing the gap between stated goals and day-to-day behaviors. It also addresses the inevitable challenges that teams encounter in accessing their full potential. Part Two applies the three-step process to the five most common types of teaming: virtual teams, start-ups, innovation projects, leadership groups, and committees. The result is an engaging mix of stories and real-world wisdom presented through:
- Vivid examples illustrating principles that drive successful teamwork in every industry and every part of the world
- Strategies and tips for overcoming the typical problems you face in collaborating with others
- Worksheets, checklists, and other tools for applying the three-step framework and engaging your teammates
Today's complex, high-speed, global workplace requires that you build high-performing teams. Committed Teams shows how to get the job done.
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I found out about this book through a course in Effective Collaboration here at University of Pennsylvania. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kenneth R. Rosso