Doing More with Teams by Bruce Piasecki
The New Way to Winning

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A new model for productive teamwork that generates wealth

From instincts as ancient as our hunter and gatherer stages, men and women have worked in teams. But what have we really learned about these drives and desires in a lasting way? Does all of the selfishness and scandal in business and government today suggest we have spilt the special sauce of teamwork? Doing More With Teams explores what can be done to encourage a new form a competition so that organizations complete the challenges before them to drive growth and get results. From New York Times bestselling author, Bruce Piasecki offers new grounds for the idea of teamwork, and challenges the perception that individualism is the only way to wealth.

Lays out a solid set of principles that work in all kinds of teamsAuthor Bruce Piasecki's previous book, Doing More with Less, is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller

Doing More With Teams enlightens the world to a new, more ethical, more collaborative way forward.

 

About Bruce Piasecki

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Bruce Piasecki (Saratoga Spring, NY; www.ahcgroup.com) is the president and founder of AHC Group, Inc., a management consulting firm. For over 30 years, AHC Group has focused on the critical areas of corporate governance consulting, energy and environmental strategy, product innovation, and sustainability strategy. Through its consulting contracts, business leadership seminars, and strategy and growth publications, AHC Group has helped hundreds of companies position themselves better in the marketplace. Piasecki and his staff have run hundreds of benchmarking workshops for senior executives on site remediation, power markets, and emerging growth issues. Whether working with Toyota, Shaw Industries, Suncor Energy, or FMC, Bruce and his team show companies how to compete on price, quality, and social needs. Bruce has evolved from niche expert on environmental issues for Fortune 500 Corporations to a mainstream advocate for sustainable strategies for everyone. As a published author, Bruce's works have been adopted in a variety of academic subjects from globalization, corporate strategy, social history, and the evolution of financial tools. Bruce Piasecki taught at Cornell University, Clarkson University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, becoming a tenured faculty member and then a director of a Masters of Science graduate program. He continues to lecture at these universities on a regular basis.
 
Published February 21, 2013 by Wiley. 174 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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