Saturday, February 18, 2017

Book Review. The five dysfunctions of a team

The Five dysfunctions of a Team

by Patrick Lencioni

This book helps to identify and solve the most common and important dysfunctions of a team. It helps to convert a group of related people working in an organization into a high performance team that works as a cohesive unit that can achieve much more than the individuals by themselves, or working as a group.

As an example, it uses one of the most important teams in any organization, C-level management. It examines the problems, possible solutions, as well as the process to make this change possible. The truth is that the tips, method and processes can be applied to any group of people who want to become a real team.

The first part of the book is written like a novel, very much like The Goal or The Phoenix project. The second part gives tools and describes the framework to create good teams.

Very instructive and easy to read book. Good for anyone interested in working or forming teams.

Discovered the illustrated version via Luis Artola :-)

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