About the Book :
In his most comprehensive and impactful book to date, Lencioni explains that organizational health is the one last advantage in the market today, and provides a ground breaking new way for conducting business -- one that maximizes human potential and aligns the organization around common set of principles.
Interesting Facts :
Sales Track Record: Lencioni's books have sold over 2.8 million copies and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team alone has sold over 1.6 million copies and been a bestseller on the lists of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek and others.Author Activity: Lencioni is in high demand as a speaker and consultant. His extensive client list includes Microsoft, AT&T, General Mills, Amazon.com, Cisco, FedEx, BofA, Chase Capital, Genentech, Mitsubishi, Sam's Club, Visa, Willow Creek, West Point, the NBA and the NFL. He speaks frequently to companies and organizations as well as large conferences like HSM and Willow Creek. He is also a go-to expert on leadership and management issues for the media, having written for or been featured in USA Today, Harvard Business Review, BusinessWeek, NYT, WSJ, Fortune (which named him one of "Ten New Gurus You Should Know"), Inc., Fast Company, CNBC, ESPN, Neil Cavuto and many others.Broad Audience: This book comprehensively explores the overarching concept of Lencioni's work, organizational health, which encompasses the topics of all of his previous books, so readers who bought any of those books will find something of interest here.
Introduction The Case for Organizational Health The Four Disciplines Model Discipline 1: Build a Cohesive Leadership Team Discipline 2: Create Clarity Discipline 3: Overcommunicate Clarity Discipline 4: Reinforce Clarity The Centrality of Great Meetings Seizing the Advantage Checklist for Organizational Health More Resources Notes Acknowledgments About the Author Index