Simple language encapsulating complex concepts.
In these environments, respect for collaborators, gathering of information from every team member and ongoing dialogue are vital to performance and improvement.
That is, "the collective capacity to make good calls and wise moves when the need for them exceeds the scope of any single leader's direct control."
Teaming is written in such a way that a leader in any setting will be encouraged to work with others rather than dictate from on high. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kelly Dehnert
This breakthrough work brings together Edmondson's own research along with a considerable survey of other academics' work on teaming and organizational culture and makes the link... Read morePublished 10 months ago by James Thomas
Terrific read! Edmondson moves far beyond the literature that address teams as static entities. Instead, she shows how teams can be the means through which organizations learn. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kathe
Professor Edmondson is reference in this area. This book is a default to people that have studied learning organization, main in groupsPublished 13 months ago by Regis Maia Lucci
Teaming has great perspectives on challenges we have been discussing in team work for ages...how to bring teams together, approaches to failure, etc. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jen
this book is cutting edge for anyone building teams, coaching teams, or really any team member -- I love the idea that "team" is a verb. a go-to resourcePublished 17 months ago by Joan R