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Publisher's Summary

Organizing Genius uncovers the elements of creative collaboration by examining six of the century's most extraordinary groups and distill their successful practices into lessons that virtually any organization can learn and commit to, in order to transform its own management into a collaborative and successful group of leaders.
©1998 Warren Bennis, Patricia Ward Biederman (P)2011 Gildan Media Corp
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1 out of 5 stars
By L. Liz on 12-17-15

No substance.

I kept reading hoping for some insight to start coming out, but it was just storytelling. If I needed folk stories I'd read "one thousand and one nights" not a literature that claims to be a business management guide providing "analysis" of effective collaboration. I wanted to put it down when it dived into description of how sexy it is to work for team that has no life or time for own children. Some reviews said it had a good last chapter. I do t agree that's the case. It is a waste of time, I wouldn't bother with this book.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 06-05-18

Its Striaght forward

The guy just talks about great groups and what makes them great. He didn't participate in any of the groups themselves so I felt like this book was a crock of crap.

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