J. Richard Hackman



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Leading Teams: Setting the ...

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Work Redesign

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Groups That Work (and Those...

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Perspectives On Behavior In...

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“launch the team well, and only then to help members take the greatest possible advantage of their favorable performance circumstances. Indeed, my best estimate is that 60 percent of the variation in team effectiveness depends on the degree to which the six enabling conditions are in place, 30 percent on the quality of a team’s launch, and just 10 percent on the leader’s hands-on, real-time coaching (see the “60-30-10 rule” in Chapter 10).”
J. Richard Hackman, Collaborative Intelligence: Using Teams to Solve Hard Problems

“Leadership involves moving a system from where it is now to some other, better place. It means that one often is at the margins of what people presently like and want, working close to the edge of what is acceptable rather than at the center of the collective consensus.”
J. Richard Hackman, Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances

“It is entirely proper for senior leaders to say, in effect, “This is the mountain we will climb. Not that one, this one. Although many aspects of our collective endeavor are open for discussion, choice of mountain is not among them.” And those who lead teams within an organization have a responsibility that extends far beyond merely accepting the direction set by more senior organizational leaders.”
J. Richard Hackman, Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances



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