2 edition of Dysfunctional found in the catalog.
July 1, 1996
by Andrews McMeel Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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The fable makes it interesting and relatable, and the second half has useful ways to overcome the dysfunctions identified.
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The greatest take-away for me after reading this book was being able to give these issues a name. These dysfunctions are pervasive in all kinds of organizations (corporate, nonprofit, and even small groups).While the Five Dysfunctions of a Team is an interesting story, the popularity of the book is due to the simple and accessible model of teamwork that it introduces.
Represented as a Pyramid, Lencioni’s main character, Kathryn, uses the model to help her own team. However, this model can also be used to help real teams to understand how to work more cohesively.