In Superteams, renowned teamwork specialist Khoi Tu explains how to make sure your team delivers consistently superior results and emerges stronger from the inevitable crises you will face. What do the SAS, Ferrari and the Rolling Stones have in common? Their success is about much more than talented individuals. They are Superteams. Every organisation, whether a business or a sports club, lives or dies by the quality of its teamwork. No man can be an island for long; only great teams can face a crisis and emerge stronger. So how do you build the right team? Many people think of it like a rock supergroup: bring the best of the best together and magic will happen. Yet supergroups often flop, while bands of unknowns rise to the top. In this incisive and inspirational book, renowned teamwork specialist Khoi Tu explains how to make sure your team delivers consistently superior results, whatever your aim: averting business failure or resolving political conflict, dealing with a hostage situation or leading your team to sporting victory. Superteams takes seven legendary teams - including animation studio Pixar, Europe's 2010 Rider Cup winners, and the people behind the Northern Ireland peace process - and analyses their inner workings, evolution and defining moments. 'This book shows what people can do when the going gets tough and there's a goal to be achieved. Nice one Khoi' Jamie Oliver Khoi Tu is a sought-after leadership and teamwork consultant. He has advised some of the world's most influential individuals and companies, including banks, oil giants, celebrity chefs, Formula One champions and private equity entrepreneurs. A graduate of LSE and INSEAD, he took key roles at Shell and online marketing specialist Razorfish. He founded the Panthea consultancy in 2002 and now runs the boutique advisory company Inverstar. www.superteams.org
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Khoi Tu is a sought-after leadership and teamwork consultant who has worked with teams at Coca-Cola, BP, Deutsche Bank, UBS, Tesco, LVMH and the British Red Cross. He has also advised some of the world's most influential individuals, including Jamie Oliver, leading entrepreneurs and Formula One world champions. A graduate of the London School of Economics, he worked around the world for Shell before joining the pioneering web design company Razorfish during the early days of the dot com boom. He jointly founded a leadership advisory firm with Booz Allen Hamilton before starting his own company, Inverstar, in 2006. Khoi Tu will donate all his royalties from the sale of Superteams to the British Red Cross, which works both in the UK and overseas.Review:
Insightful... this book will be an essential in any managers' toolkit -- Sir Nicholas Young, CEO of British Red Cross Demystifies and choreographs what's needed to create high performance teams. Anybody interested in teambuilding and teamwork would do well to have a serious look at this book -- Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries, INSEAD Global Leadership Centre Khoi Tu has an inspirational mind, full of curiosity, and a strong desire to find solutions for issues that can seem to be unsolvable -- Sir Jackie Stewart, three-time World Drivers' Champion Khoi Tu is the most visionary among visionaries Management Today Products, companies and organisations that are brilliant, fun and deliver on their promise often look super-simple to the outside world, but the detail and speed happening behind the scenes is frightening. To achieve this, let alone keep it going, requires the right team and leadership, good, solid relationships, plus a little bit of magic. For me this is what this book is all about - it shows what people can do in different scenarios, especially when the going gets tough and there's a goal to be achieved. Nice one Khoi -- Jamie Oliver
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Descripción Portfolio, 2012. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0670921483
Descripción Portfolio, 2012. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0670921483