The Leader's Guide to Radical Management


Based on research conducted over several years with hundreds of high-performance teams, this book is the first to identify what it takes to create high-performance teams. Denning breaks these elements down into three categories. First, there are the hygiene elements of teams that make up the traditional management literature on teams. These elements are necessary but not sufficient to create great teams. Second, there are the three drivers of high-performance teams: these are subjective factors that lift the team from good to great and generate the extraordinary productivity and the deeply meaningful experience. Third, are "accelerators, such as leadership storytelling, which speed up the ascension of the team to high-performance status by generating meaning and excitement among team members.

UpplÀsare: Norman Dietz