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Super stories super insights and super learnings "From Khoi Tu An Easy Read Though "Khoi Tu An easy read though thought provoking for anyone in a team building a team running a team or trying to fix a teamKey takeaways for building superteams a set of shared objectives clear purpose is the most potent force in attracting the right talent and in getting them to want to do great work together great teams are led by great adaptive leaders there is no single style preference ere but over you La criminologie have to lead by example and ultimately foster a team of leaders the best teams ensure they attract the best individuals for every role people that know they aren t perfect but pursue excellence and want to get better with other like minded people youave to get the small thingsroutines right to create the best environment for success agenda size rules roles etc individuals Farmer Boy have to respect each others skillscontributions andave to trust each other to thrive and stick together under pressure avoid comfortable Random House Webster's College Dictionary: 1996 Graduation Promotion h From the Rolling Stones to the Red Cross from the SAS to Steve Jobs s Pix. In Superteams Khoi Tu reveals the secrets to taking your team to the topWhen Disney shutdown production on Toy Storyow did Pixar save itWhat turned sworn rivals into a winning Ryder Cup teamWhy is the Stones' longevity down to Mick and Keith's rivalryThese are the stories behind the world's greatest superteams In seven fascinating case studies Khoi Tu investigates why it is that some teams excel endure and overcome insuperable odds How they deliver the impossible and remain loyal to one another in the very best and worst of circumstancesFrom How they deliver the impossible and remain loyal to one another in the very best and worst of circumstancesFrom ,

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R me uite a nice short book that gives some food for thought about what makes a great team The book lays the framework for successful teams through 7 case studies of teams in uite diverse contexts The issue with the variability of teams business politics charity sports is that only few readers who find interest in one group will enjoy all case studies Some chapters were so boring that I ended up resorting to my secondary readingNevertheless the writing style and the layout of each chapter were enjoyable and the content easily digested It is another why not book for non fiction business readersWhy not read it or Why not read something else your choice This book as some useful tips for building great teams The main thing about it though is that s it s just very interesting the stories are interesting and you learn a lot about random things you wouldn t think to learn about If you work on or with teams you must read this book It will either
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what you do and believe or open your eyes to what is possible This is a must read book. Cross He as also advised some of the world's most influential individuals including Jamie Oliver leading entrepreneurs and Formula One world champions He worked around the world for Shell before joining the pioneering web design company Razorfish during the early days of the dot com boom He jointly founded a leadership advisory firm with Booz Allen Hamilton before starting Panda Bears his own company Inverstar in 2006 Khoi Tu will donate allis royalties from the sale of Superteams to "The British Red Cross "British Red Cross works both in the UK and overseas wwwsuperteamsor. Ar and from Ferrari to the Ryder Cup Khoi Tu draws analogies and
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prepcepts to the clinical success of team work Inspiring A feelgood read and makes you feel you can do it I enjoyed a number of the stories told I felt that there was a bit of a disconnect between the descriptive and prescriptive parts of the book There was also a distinct lack of growth mindset in the book To paraphrase get excellent people to make an excellent team I got this book in three chapters But even in the three chapters there was a lot of repeating ITSELF THE AUTHOR TRIED TO BREAK UP THE TEAMS The author tried to break up the teams different categories but all of these successful teams actually exhibited all of the categories I was reading this book and discussing it with a colleague it was just sad after our third meeting It Turning Points in Australian History had promise but meh DNFI wanted to care I really did butonestly there are other books about management teamwork that are less like yomping through margarine Jurgen Appelo s Managing for Happiness immediately springs to mind Feels intrinsically blokey too Not fo. Formula One to the Iranian Embassy Siege Team from the Red Cross in Haiti to the Northern Ireland Peace Process negotiators you'll learn the secrets of the superteams ow to build a team from scratch work powerfully together and perform at your peak Go stellar with your own superteam 'Buy this book it's a game changer' Jamie Oliver 'Inspirational' Sir Jackie Stewart 'Khoi "Tu Is The Most "is the most among visionaries' Management TodayKhoi Tu is a teamwork consultant who as worked with teams at Coca Cola BP Deutsche Bank UBS Tesco LVMH and the British Red.
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