Would recommend to anyone from college students to professionals in the business world.
The Sternins and Richard Pascale have done wonderful work finding realistic solutions to difficult problems, and this book present their efforts very well.
It definitely allows for someone who is new to the idea to get an understanding of where it can be applied.
Wow. Just wow. I picked this book up randomly, having no idea what it was about. And now I cannot put it down. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Angela R. Refsland
This book was ordered for my boss and his Direct Reports. I haven't read it yet however the guys have read it and came back to thank our boss for the book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Maria Fambro
Great little book to help people think outside the box, especially good for corporate leaders in situations where the organization is stuck.Published 16 months ago by Dr. John P. Splinter
The authors do a great job of drawing you into the settings where thy describe the PD process from child malnutrition in Vietnam to infant mortality in rural Pakistan. Read morePublished 17 months ago by happycamper
Would recommend to anyone from college students to professionals in the business world. Explores positive deviance and how to look for answers to questions on an internal basis.Published 20 months ago by Cweav
This book is full of positive ways to turn a problem around and give it a new look and new angle in trying to solve it. The book was in great condition when it arrived.Published on December 2, 2012 by Deborah A Somers
This is a wonderful book and an incredible approach to behaviour change. It is a must read for everyone. Read morePublished on October 20, 2012 by Nilgun Ogun
This book provides an interesting look at Positive deviance. It definitely allows for someone who is new to the idea to get an understanding of where it can be applied. Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by kanece
Certain paradigms - child malnutrition in postwar Vietnam, female genital mutilation in Egypt, hospital MRSA infections in the US - seem to be intractable elements of their... Read morePublished on April 21, 2011 by Rolf Dobelli