The Five Dysfunctions of a team

I am what I read and the people I meet

I picked up Patrick Lencioni’s Book “The Five Dysfunctions of a team” for a few reasons.

  1. He wrote “Death By Meeting.” The name alone of that book earns his books a glance. And the content of that book should make you at least take a look at his other works.
  2. Teamwork is vital to success in any organization. You can’t do it all and you need help. If this book helps me achieve teamwork quicker than it is worth my $15.
  3. Ok, it was a gift. I got it for $0. Also it is a short book clocking in at 229 pages.

The book starts out with a fable. A business that should be trouncing the competition due to their advantages in cash reserves, experience, and size is facing a dilemma. They are losing ground to smaller and less will funded companies. In the midst of this crisis the CEO…

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