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The Discipline of Teams: A Mindbook-Workbook for Delivering Small Group Performance

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An essential guide for any small group that must deliver team performance.

With the demand for project-oriented work and faster, more nimble responses, successful small-group performance is more crucial than ever. Katzenbach and Smith, authors of the international bestseller The Wisdom of Teams, have again joined forces, revealing how to implement the disciplines, framework
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Hardcover, 256 pages
Published April 20th 2001 by Wiley (first published April 2001)
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Gary Butler
This book is less than 80 pages which is the cut off line for a book to be entered onto my all time book list. I do not really consider this to be a book at all. This is a mere 61 pages, which gets it a written review instead of a video review. This an abbreviated version of the much larger book by the same name and by the same author. I have not read the larger version, but I can guess that this much smaller version just contains a few of the other books main points. It will either serve reader ...more
Garrett Haynes
Oct 07, 2016 rated it liked it
I am giving this 3 stars because of the readability of the book. It is an assigned book from my business program and I can see why they chose it. It melds with our other books pretty well as for the content and thrust of the material but is is tough to read. It is more technical and heavy writing, which makes it hard to keep focused while reading and you need to read it slow, which makes the book seem very long. I never get around to it, but in between chapters there are lots of great questions ...more
Ashley Martin
Oct 04, 2009 rated it liked it
I learned that the teams I work on don't have a lot of discpline.
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