Pixar's teams use constant feedback and debate to transform initially flawed films into billion-dollar hits
A culture of radical "freedom and responsibility" helps Netflix execute on the next big thing
Whole Foods' super-autonomous teams embrace hard metrics and friendly competition to drive performance
Zappos fuels the weirdness and fun that sustains its success
Times change, and so must teams. Designing and managing high-performance teams requires upgrading outdated beliefs and behaviors, and spurring a level of intensity and collaboration that lets them face down any challenge.
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By Blair C on 03-05-18
I was hoping that, from the title of this audiobook, I was going to gain some material insight as to how top performing companies build, manage and motivate high performing teams.
That's now what I got.
I got a bunch of standard managment consulting speak about building unique culture and people tactics from these companies that I've read in prior articles in Forbes, Fast Company or Bloomberg. Nothing new.
Now don't get me wrong, I wasn't expecting to receive something that would be earth-shattering, but I was hoping for a nugget or two.
Nada. Nothing, Zilch.
And just to be sure. I listed to this one twice.
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