HBR

  • by Clay Christensen, Matt Marx, Howard Stevenson
  • Narrated by Todd Mundt
  • 0 hrs and 29 mins
  • Periodical

Publisher's Summary

Employers can choose from lots of tools when they want to encourage employees to work together toward a new corporate goal. One of the rarest managerial skills is the ability to understand which tools will work in a given situation and which will misfire. Cooperation tools fall into four major categories: power, management, leadership, and culture. Choosing the right tool, say the authors, requires assessing the organization along two critical dimensions: the extent to which people agree on what they want and the extent to which they agree on cause and effect, or how to get what they want. From the October 2006 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-10-2006
  • Publisher: Harvard Business School Publishing