Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances
Teams have more talent and experience, more diverse resources, and greater operating flexibility than individual performers. So why do so many teams either struggle unpleasantly toward an unsatisfactory conclusion-or, worse, crash and burn shortly after launch?
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I really enjoyed this book. Though, it was not an easy read. JRH has packed decades of research into the book and each page is full of references and information. He has illustrated each of his points thoroughly and even has a sub-text running throughout the book covering the experience of someone who seemed to apply his model intuitively, it is a great story with a twist.
As with other well illustrated referrences, the illustrations can become a bit overwhelming till you get the model.
His model is comprehensive, substantiated and mildly contrarian. He even questions the well-worn Bruce Tuckman model.
Review: Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great PerformancesUser Review - Michelle - Goodreads
I read this in tandem with "The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work" by Teresa Amabile and the two books are nicely complementary. Hackman addresses ... Read full review