Teams is a book on what it takes to convert a group of people into a team where the output created is more valuable than the sum of all the individuals’ output.
The authors of Teams believe that by applying a few practical tools and brief messages you can make a group of people work together in an appreciative and effective manner. As a consequence, the book is split into two versions.
There is the short version containing the four non-negotiable standards the authors believe are essential to create an effective and operational team. And there is the long version where the reader can dive deeper into the theory, tools and models that all together provide you with a more nuanced picture of the interplay between people in professional relations.
Teams is primarily a book for leaders, but in a still more project and knowledge-oriented world it is relevant for almost all professionals who want to take responsibility for creating results in cross-functional groups.
The book is only available in Danish.
Building trust in ever-changing teams
Article in Danish: What do you do when participants cannot meet physically?
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The brain-friendly approach to change
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Article in German: Change communication enters the scene when you have to link the strategic rationale behind the change and the personal motivators of those who need to adapt to the change.
Article in German: Change communication is about involving the organisation, creating engagement and offering insights.
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