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CHARACTERS è Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World READ & DOWNLOAD Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World From the New York Timesbestselling author of My Share of the Taskand Leaders a manual for leaders looking to make their teams adaptable agile and unified in the midst of change When General Stanley McChrystal took command of the Joint Special Operations Task Force in 2004 he uickly realized that conventional military tactics were failing Al aeda in Ira was a decentralized network that could move uickly strike ruthlessly then seemingly vanish into the local population The allied forces had a huge advantage in numbers euipment and trainingbut none of that seemed to matter To defeat Al aeda they would have to combine the power of the worlds mightiest military with the agility of the worlds most fearsome terrorist network They would have to becomea team of teamsfaster flatter and flexible than everIn Team of Teams McChrystal and his colleaguesshow how the challenges they faced in Ira can be relevant to countless businesses nonprofits andorganizations today In periods of unprecedented crisis leadersneed practical management practices that can scale to thousands of peopleand fast By givingsmall groups the freedom to experiment and share what they learn across the entire organization teams can responduickly communicatefreely and make better and faster decisions Drawing on compelling examplesfrom NASA to hospital emergency rooms Team of Teamsmakes the case formergingthe power of alarge corporation with the agilityof asmall team to transform any organization The difference between complicated and complex efficient and effective doing things right or doing the right thing show the necessary change in perception of challenges and leadership styles reuired in the 21st century as opposed to the 20th century This book made me think deeply about what I previously believed was the way to success

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CHARACTERS è Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World READ & DOWNLOAD Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World From the New York Timesbestselling author of My Share of the Taskand Leaders a manual for leaders looking to make their teams adaptable agile and unified in the midst of change When General Stanley McChrystal took command of the Joint Special Operations Task Force in 2004 he uickly realized that conventional military tactics were failing Al aeda in Ira was a decentralized network that could move uickly strike ruthlessly then seemingly vanish into the local population The allied forces had a huge advantage in numbers euipment and trainingbut none of that seemed to matter To defeat Al aeda they would have to combine the power of the worlds mightiest military with the agility of the worlds most fearsome terrorist network They would have to becomea team of teamsfaster flatter and flexible than everIn Team of Teams McChrystal and his colleaguesshow how the challenges they faced in Ira can be relevant to countless businesses nonprofits andorganizations today In periods of unprecedented crisis leadersneed practical management practices that can scale to thousands of peopleand fast By givingsmall groups the freedom to experiment and share what they learn across the entire organization teams can responduickly communicatefreely and make better and faster decisions Drawing on compelling examplesfrom NASA to hospital emergency rooms Team of Teamsmakes the case formergingthe power of alarge corporation with the agilityof asmall team to transform any organization Very well written book A sheer eye opener

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CHARACTERS è Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World READ & DOWNLOAD Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World From the New York Timesbestselling author of My Share of the Taskand Leaders a manual for leaders looking to make their teams adaptable agile and unified in the midst of change When General Stanley McChrystal took command of the Joint Special Operations Task Force in 2004 he uickly realized that conventional military tactics were failing Al aeda in Ira was a decentralized network that could move uickly strike ruthlessly then seemingly vanish into the local population The allied forces had a huge advantage in numbers euipment and trainingbut none of that seemed to matter To defeat Al aeda they would have to combine the power of the worlds mightiest military with the agility of the worlds most fearsome terrorist network They would have to becomea team of teamsfaster flatter and flexible than everIn Team of Teams McChrystal and his colleaguesshow how the challenges they faced in Ira can be relevant to countless businesses nonprofits andorganizations today In periods of unprecedented crisis leadersneed practical management practices that can scale to thousands of peopleand fast By givingsmall groups the freedom to experiment and share what they learn across the entire organization teams can responduickly communicatefreely and make better and faster decisions Drawing on compelling examplesfrom NASA to hospital emergency rooms Team of Teamsmakes the case formergingthe power of alarge corporation with the agilityof asmall team to transform any organization If you re worried that a book with this title by a prominent retired General is just another version of Super leadership secrets of the Navy SEALs don t worryThe lessons in Team of Teams New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World were learned in war a crucible that produces a lot of innovation In this case the innovation is in thinking about what most business writers call management or leadership or organization and it s one of the best books I ve read on those topicsA decade ago Gary Hamel and Bill Breen asked us to cast our mind forward a decade or two and ask what management will be like then That was in their excellent book The Future of Management Guess what They got some things right but missed a lot because they were the early warning system Team of Teams is the latest report on today s best thinkingThe through line of the book is about the formation and evolution of the Joint Special Operations Task Force It is the story of the uest for members of that task force to find and defeat Abu Musab al Zarawi It is not a story about a planned changeWhat McChrystal and his co authors write about is an iterative evolutionary process of developing to understand and adapt to defeat an organization that was better suited for the modern battlefield than they were It is also the story of how General Stanley McChrystal s understanding of his role as the task force leader evolved If he had stopped there this would be another this is how I did it book But McChrystal supplemented his experience with extensive researchTwo Different ModelsIn the beginning the Task Force confronted Al aeda in Ira with a typical Industrial Age organization It was designed to thrive in a complicated world where relationships were linear and organizations strove primarily for efficiency For that reason the Task Force like the rest of the Army was hierarchical with decisions moving up and down the chain of command The task force relished planning and had a culture of making decisions at the topAl aeda in Ira was very different Their organization was suited to today s complex world They shared information horizontally in an essentially flat organization They were resilient because they were made up of many small units with freedom to act as fast as information sharing suggested it was a good ideaIn the beginning Al aeda in Ira had the upper hand Chapter 1 of the book outlines that situation To win we had to change Surprisingly that change was less about tactics or new technology than it was about the internal structure and culture of our force in other words our approach to management The Task Force structure was the typical Army structure It s also the typical organizational structure since the Industrial Revolution Those organizations are great at efficient execution of known and repeatable processes McChrystal and his team concluded that efficiency is no longer enoughThe challenge for the Task Force and for most organizations today is that technological changes have speeded up the world and made it interdependent In the old industrial world complicated challenges would succumb to careful analysis That made them predictable Today a fast paced interdependent world is a complex phenomenon Analysis doesn t help much here Instead of planning and prediction what the task force found that it needed was resilience and adaptability That reuires a different style of management as well as different structureMcChrystal compares a command structure to a team In a command hierarchy planning and executing the plan were the way to succeed But if you ve ever been part of a great team either a military team or a sports team or a business team you know that teams are ualitatively different from commandsTeams are usually small but characterized by trust and information sharing Great teams grow by collaborating in several successful ventures Working together is how teams learn what teamwork is for them Team members learn each other s strengths and weaknesses and tendencies That s why on most great teams there is almost a sense that each team member knows what the others are thinkingTransparency and information sharing do not come naturally to most organizations or even to most teams For the task force to achieve what it needed to achieve it had to go through several iterations where everything ultimately came up for review By the end of the series of changes the physical spaces where the teams worked were different and almost every procedure had been changed in some wayMcChrystal uses SEAL teams as his model for a great team The book describes basic SEAL training and team development and in the process gives a different picture than most treatments of the SEALS McChrystal and his team point out that the primary purpose of SEAL training is not to develop super fit warriors as much as it is to develop the interdependence and trust you need to function effectively as an elite combat team Again and again the book returns to trust and transparency and collaboration as keys to the way organizations can work in today s environmentOther books that I ve read have done a good job of describing elements of the kind of team organization that McChrystal and his co authors are outlining This book is different in two important ways First the book describes the development of team thinking in an organization that had to adapt to win What results is a real world example of actual changes that almost certainly would not have happened if some planning committee had tried to come up with themThe second thing the book does is bring in research in many different fields to explain why some of the changes they made in a process of trial and learning work the way they do What that means for you the reader is that you don t have to look at McChrystal s experience and the team he and his colleagues developed as the only way things can work You can learn from their experience but adapt to your experience because of the additional insights the book brings youThere s another big benefit to this book Most of the key points about what makes a great team were things we already knew McChrystal s book puts them into a framework that s helpful but the book goes on to talk about how you expand that sense of trust and that transparency to a larger organizationThe truth is that one reason teams can have the transparency and trust they do is that they re small Most combat teams are six to eight people at the most The largest athletic teams may have 85 players but only a core of maybe twenty work together regularly enough to develop a team chemistry McChrystal and his co authors describe techniues that can expand the trust transparency agility and resilience model to a larger organization That alone is worth the price of the book but you wouldn t understand it without the 130 some pages that come before itBottom LineIf you re interested in or concerned about the ways organizations must change to be effective in a complex and fast moving world this book is a must read If you want a good study of team dynamics this book will be worth your time It will also be a good read for you if you re intrigued with the military aspects of this how the Joint Special Operations Task Force adapted to be effective in IraOverall Team of Teams New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World is the best answer I ve seen so far to the uestion Gary Hamel and Bill Breen asked a decade ago Refined Tastes Sugar Confectionery and Consumers in Nineteenth Century America The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science just another version of Super leadership secrets of the Navy SEALs don t worryThe lessons in Team of Teams New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World were learned in war a crucible that produces a lot of innovation In this case the innovation is in thinking about what most business writers call management or leadership or organization and it s one of the best books I ve read on those topicsA decade ago Gary Hamel and Bill Breen asked us to cast our mind forward a decade or two and ask what management will be like then That was in their excellent book The Future of Management Guess what They got some things right but missed a lot because they were the early warning system Team of Teams is the latest report on today s best thinkingThe through line of the book is about the formation and evolution of the Joint Special Operations Task Force It is the story of the uest for members of that task force to find and defeat Abu Musab al Zarawi It is not a story about a planned changeWhat McChrystal and his co authors write about is an iterative evolutionary process of developing to understand and adapt to defeat an organization that was better suited for the modern battlefield than they were It is also the story of how General Stanley McChrystal s understanding of his role as the task force leader evolved If he had stopped there this would be another this is how I did it book But McChrystal supplemented his experience with extensive researchTwo Different ModelsIn the beginning the Task Force confronted Al aeda in Ira with a typical Industrial Age organization It was designed to thrive in a complicated world where relationships were linear and organizations strove primarily for efficiency For that reason the Task Force like the rest of the Army was hierarchical with decisions moving up and down the chain of command The task force relished planning and had a culture of making decisions at the topAl aeda in Ira was very different Their organization was suited to today s complex world They shared information horizontally in an essentially flat organization They were resilient because they were made up of many small units with freedom to act as fast as information sharing suggested it was a good ideaIn the beginning Al aeda in Ira had the upper hand Chapter 1 of the book outlines that situation To win we had to change Surprisingly that change was less about tactics or new technology than it was about the internal structure and culture of our force in other words our approach to management The Task Force structure was the typical Army structure It s also the typical organizational structure since the Industrial Revolution Those organizations are great at efficient execution of known and repeatable processes McChrystal and his team concluded that efficiency is no longer enoughThe challenge for the Task Force and for most organizations today is that technological changes have speeded up the world and made it interdependent In the old industrial world complicated challenges would succumb to careful analysis That made them predictable Today a fast paced interdependent world is a complex phenomenon Analysis doesn t help much here Instead of planning and prediction what the task force found that it needed was resilience and adaptability That reuires a different style of management as well as different structureMcChrystal compares a command structure to a team In a command hierarchy planning and executing the plan were the way to succeed But if you ve ever been part of a great team either a military team or a sports team or a business team you know that teams are ualitatively different from commandsTeams are usually small but characterized by trust and information sharing Great teams grow by collaborating in several successful ventures Working together is how teams learn what teamwork is for them Team members learn each other s strengths and weaknesses and tendencies That s why on most great teams there is almost a sense that each team member knows what the others are thinkingTransparency and information sharing do not come naturally to most organizations or even to most teams For the task force to achieve what it needed to achieve it had to go through several iterations where everything ultimately came up for review By the end of the series of changes the physical spaces where the teams worked were different and almost every procedure had been changed in some wayMcChrystal uses SEAL teams as his model for a great team The book describes basic SEAL training and team development and in the process gives a different picture than most treatments of the SEALS McChrystal and his team point out that the primary purpose of SEAL training is not to develop super fit warriors as much as it is to develop the interdependence and trust you need to function effectively as an elite combat team Again and again the book returns to trust and transparency and collaboration as keys to the way organizations can work in today s environmentOther books that I ve read have done a good Transforming Students job of describing elements of the kind of team organization that McChrystal and his co authors are outlining This book is different in two important ways First the book describes the development of team thinking in an organization that had to adapt to win What results is a real world example of actual changes that almost certainly would not have happened if some planning committee had tried to come up with themThe second thing the book does is bring in research in many different fields to explain why some of the changes they made in a process of trial and learning work the way they do What that means for you the reader is that you don t have to look at McChrystal s experience and the team he and his colleagues developed as the only way things can work You can learn from their experience but adapt to your experience because of the additional insights the book brings youThere s another big benefit to this book Most of the key points about what makes a great team were things we already knew McChrystal s book puts them into a framework that s helpful but the book goes on to talk about how you expand that sense of trust and that transparency to a larger organizationThe truth is that one reason teams can have the transparency and trust they do is that they re small Most combat teams are six to eight people at the most The largest athletic teams may have 85 players but only a core of maybe twenty work together regularly enough to develop a team chemistry McChrystal and his co authors describe techniues that can expand the trust transparency agility and resilience model to a larger organization That alone is worth the price of the book but you wouldn t understand it without the 130 some pages that come before itBottom LineIf you re interested in or concerned about the ways organizations must change to be effective in a complex and fast moving world this book is a must read If you want a good study of team dynamics this book will be worth your time It will also be a good read for you if you re intrigued with the military aspects of this how the Joint Special Operations Task Force adapted to be effective in IraOverall Team of Teams New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World is the best answer I ve seen so far to the uestion Gary Hamel and Bill Breen asked a decade ago


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    READ & DOWNLOAD Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World REVIEW Û PADDINGTONFESTIVAL.CO.UK ´ Join or create book clubs Join or create book clubs ´ 1 CHARACTERS If you’re worried that a book with this title by a prominent retired General is just another version of “Super leadership secrets of the Navy SEALs” don’t worryThe lessons in Team of Teams New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World were learned in war a crucible that produces a lot of innovation In this case the innovation is in thinking about what most business writers call “management” or “leadership” or “organizatio

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    EBOOK NEW (Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World) è Join or create book clubs Join or create book clubs ´ 1 CHARACTERS The stereotypical US military general is a different figure for each of us depending on our own experiences and attitudes toward the armed forces; and possibly also depending on the day of the week Some may picture a cigar chomping trigger happ

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    REVIEW Û PADDINGTONFESTIVAL.CO.UK ´ Join or create book clubs Join or create book clubs ´ 1 CHARACTERS EBOOK NEW (Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World) è Join or create book clubs GEN McChrystal has written an interesting account of his time as a special forces commander and the network based approach h

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    EBOOK NEW (Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World) è Join or create book clubs Join or create book clubs ´ 1 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World This is an incredibly good book about management written by a former soldier It makes the case that management in the knowledge economy needs to operate uite differently if it is to be as effective as good management in the industrial economy

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