The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review

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 The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review

 

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Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Dysfunctions of a Team is about the reasons teams fail to work together for the collective good of an organization and ways to overcome these problems…

 

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Oct 30, 2015
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32
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9781944195274
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English
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Business & Economics / Human Resources & Personnel Management
Business & Economics / Office Management
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The only NCLEX review book on the market with a focus on prioritization, delegation, and patient assignment — just like the current NCLEX Examination itself! Using a unique simple-to-complex approach, Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment: Practice Exercises for the NCLEX® Examination, 3rd Editionestablishes your foundational knowledge in management of care, then provides exercises of increasing difficulty to help you build confidence in your prioritization, delegation, and patient assignment skills.

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An Everyone Culture by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, with Matthew Miller, Andy Fleming, Deborah Helsing | Summary & Analysis

 

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An Everyone Culture by Robert Kegan, Lisa Lahey, Matthew Miller, Andy Fleming, and Deborah Helsing is an academic description of unconventional employee management systems implemented by three example businesses. Cinema chain ArcLight Cinemas, investment firm Bridgewater Associates, and corporate rewards company Next Jump each exemplify the deliberately developmental organization, or DDO.

In conventional organizations, employees spend time that could be productive covering up mistakes or hiding weaknesses from coworkers. In a DDO, the company reinvests that time in activities that help its employees learn from their mistakes, build on their shortcomings, and constantly challenge their weaknesses.

DDOs rely on the idea that adults continue to develop mentally well beyond physical maturity. The three features of a DDO are the constant pressure to learn new skills, a trusting environment where people accept and give feedback, and consistent practices that strengthen both of the first two features. These three features are known…

 

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The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni | Summary & Analysis 

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Patrick Lencioni’s The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate The Three Essential Virtues posits that in order to succeed—especially in a work environment—one must be a team player. Business leaders must be able to identify and hire team players to secure the best possible advantage over their competitors and leverage all the benefits of teamwork. Ideal team players share three core virtues: They are hungry, humble, and smart. To illustrate the ideal team player model in practice, Lencioni offers the hypothetical example of Valley Builders, a construction firm in Napa. Using this extended hypothetical as referent, Lencioni illustrates the components of the ideal team and explains how to apply them.

Valley Builders was founded some 30 years ago by Bob Shanley. On the advice of his doctor, Shanley is retiring, but at a critical juncture: the firm has just inked deals on its two biggest jobs to date... 

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