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The Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Manga Edition) by Patrick Lencioni
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May 01, 2010

really liked it

I have always heard about this book but never managed quite get down to read it. The Manga version is certainly easier to digest and having pictures of the characters helps a lot.

It is the usual stuff about having trust, willingness to commit, accountability, company above self. (I don't remember the exact break down of those but it fall into one of those categories I am guessing). The book is sensible and the content common-sense, but putting this particular book into manga is a smart thing to do.

To me, a lot boils down to trust and respect, and building teams require people to interact a lot, off-work more than on-work in the beginning, so that people can build a more complete picture on how his team members are and the best way to work with them.

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