Think One Team: The Revolutionary 90 Day Plan that Engages Employees, Connects Silos and Transforms Organisations Paperback – 25 September 2015
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- Publisher : Wiley; 2 edition (25 September 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0730324753
- ISBN-13 : 978-0730324751
- Dimensions : 13.81 x 1.19 x 20.8 cm
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What does it mean to think one team?
It's the big bold vision that can only happen when everyone collaborates across traditional silos.
It's the seamless service that customers rave about.
It's the leadership team working together on budgets and business plans.
It's the tough conversations, the co-creation and the breakthrough moments.
It's absolutely essential if you, your team and organisation want to survive and thrive in a world of unstoppable change and disruption.
In this second edition of the best-selling Think One Team, Graham Winter reveals the method and toolkit used by many of the world's leading companies to transform their businesses from silo-based to nimble and adaptive.
Written as an engaging and compelling story, you will learn how to use the simplicity and power of one team to engage employees, connect with colleagues and transform your whole organisation.
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Overall this is an excellent book and is great for a company looking to instill the single unit approach in company. It is just as good for a company looking to improve upon this as well. It is targeted towards larger companies, however even with ours being a smaller company (less than 20 people in total), it values it preached could still be applied. What is also great about this is that it didn't feel like a program like "hey everyone, lets go on this team-building retreat!" It was very natural and non-invasive.
I absolutely recommend this for small to large companies looking to either improve or create the team approach.
I liked that we used a fictional company as it allows you to really step into the firm versus flipping through carefully selected real life examples picked to make a point -- I think making something up is actually better than shoehorning in examples.
Winter writes engagingly, and it makes the book easy to read.
this is a relatively quick and easy read. I thought the situations were obvious and the book is geared to medium to large corporations. I didn't take a whole lot away from it. but it is easy to follow and the cover is fun. 3.5 stars