First Be Nimble by Graham Winter
A Story About How to Adapt, Innovate and Perform in a Volatile Business World

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The how-to guide to building an adaptive, productive business environment

Graham Winter, author of the best-selling Think One Team, brings you First Be Nimble: A Story about How to Adapt, Innovate and Perform in a Volatile Business World. This book addresses the challenge of how to equip businesses to adapt and thrive in an unpredictable and demanding economy. Told in the form of a fable and illustrated with case studies and powerful tools, the book is designed to engage, inspire, and inform readers from all walks of business life.

Helping leaders, teams, and whole organisations to bring their values to the frontline of the battle to be adaptive and productive, First Be Nimble shows readers how to align people and teams, collaborate and co-create with others, reduce resistance to change, boost trust, personal resilience, and performance, and prepare for the unique challenges of adaptive change.

Helps businesses adapt to today's environment, learn to innovate, and build a "one team'" mentalityGives leaders the practical tools to facilitate change and foster the conversations that help people to learn and grow togetherUses a unique, fable-style format, with inspirational examples, to bring key concepts to life

While many business leaders are well versed in the importance of company values, they are often ignorant of how to bring them to life, and how to build an adaptive, high performing business. First Be Nimble is here to help.


About Graham Winter

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Graham Winter is the best-selling author of Think One Team, founder of consultancy Think One Team International and a three-time Australian Olympic team chief psychologist. Graham is passionate about developing leaders and teams with the resilience and skills to seize opportunities.
Published July 26, 2012 by Wrightbooks. 176 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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