[KINDLE] ❧ The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results ❤ Chris Grivas – Varanus.us

The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough ResultsNew Tools For Tapping The Creativity Of Teams And Achieving Breakthrough Results The Innovative Team Is An Engaging Business Fable That Reveals The Impact Our Underlying Work Style Preferences Have On Our Teams And Their Results The Authors Present A Breakthrough Thinking Process For Developing Successful Teams They Introduce A Uniquely Effective Set Of Tools Built On FourSight, A Measure Of Problem Solving Preferences Field Tested By Top Consultants, Which Can Help Anyone From Professionals To Novices Solve Problems And Achieve Performance Breakthroughs FourSight Enables Teams To Understand Their Patterns Of Thinking And Manage Themselves Deliberately Toward Accomplishing A GoalWritten As A Business Fable That Recounts The Story Of A Team S Journey From Dysfunctional To High Functioning Outlines A New And Effective Set Of Tools For Enhanced Team Performance Details The Four Stages Of A Dynamic Breakthrough Thinking Process The Innovative Team Offers A Great Resource For Management And Leadership Development Professionals, Team Leaders, And Anyone Interested In Kick Starting Innovation In Their Workplaces And Lives

[KINDLE] ❧ The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results ❤ Chris Grivas – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 243 pages
  • The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results
  • Chris Grivas
  • English
  • 10 September 2017
  • 1118115716

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❧ The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results ❤ Chris Grivas – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    Tools to help anyone solve problems better, especially in teams or groups This first part follows a fast paced ride through a team s desperate effort to deliver before a key client walks, in which the team goes through a stressful game changing process evaluating their thinking styles They try to learn where their strengths and weaknesses in the process are, and make sure they solve the right problem thoroughly, creatively and efficiently In the second part you learn to identify your styles a Tools to help anyone solve problems better, especially in teams or groups This first part follows a fast paced ride through a team s desperate effort to deliver before a key client walks, in which the team goes through a stressful game changing process evaluating their thinking styles They try to learn where their strengths and weaknesses in the process are, and make sure they solve the right problem thoroughly, creatively and efficiently In the second part you learn to identify your styles and others and tips to work better together with all different style types and combinations


  2. says:

    Tremendously helpful tools for leaders to structure team efforts, presented in a fictional office setting Fun and informative Full disclosure, one of the authors is my fantastic and amazing cousin


  3. says:

    I found this book co written by Chris Grivas and Gerard Puccio to be very interesting and informing and recommend it to any manager thinking about attempting to truly form innovative teams in their workplace.


  4. says:

    My, why does writing for business need to be so horrible The point of the book is delivered in about 12 pages.


  5. says:

    I worked with Chris Grivas at Connecticut Children s Medical Center where he facilitated the work of building Innovative Teams through helping staff understand their Disc profiles and ways to best work together The scenario Chris creates of a team working to solve a business problem demonstrates practical applications The second part of the book explains the use of the profile tool I read this book on my Kindle Fire It would have been interesting to see discussion of the learning styles in t I worked with Chris Grivas at Connecticut Children s Medical Center where he facilitated the work of building Innovative Teams through helping staff understand their Disc profiles and ways to best work together The scenario Chris creates of a team working to solve a business problem demonstrates practical applications The second part of the book explains the use of the profile tool I read this book on my Kindle Fire It would have been interesting to see discussion of the learning styles in the margins during the scenario instead of at the end I recommend this book as a practical guide for any organization that relies on teamwork that brings together diverse learning styles to solve business problems


  6. says:

    Similar to a Pat Lencioni book, this is a leadership fable It tells the story of a team who is performing badly, on the verge of losing a major client and who turns it around by understanding and implementing a four stage process of innovation I originally listened to the book but found it insightful enough that I purchased a hardcover to be able to review and dig deeper I certainly recommend this book to leaders and teams who are responsible or desire to implement new initiatives While it Similar to a Pat Lencioni book, this is a leadership fable It tells the story of a team who is performing badly, on the verge of losing a major client and who turns it around by understanding and implementing a four stage process of innovation I originally listened to the book but found it insightful enough that I purchased a hardcover to be able to review and dig deeper I certainly recommend this book to leaders and teams who are responsible or desire to implement new initiatives While it is certainly geared for those in business, it is easily transferable to those in other contexts like ministry or education


  7. says:

    Kinda lame I ve tried reading a couple of these business fables and they seem to be mostly lame with the exception of the 1 minute manager because that one is pretty good I m sure the innovative process discussed in the book is effective it would make a better 5 page journal article than a business fable As far as a business fable goes, I can t imagine some of the conversations and scenes actually taking place in any real world context Kinda defeats the purpose of a fable.


  8. says:

    Quick yet helpful read on the applying the creative process and understanding creative preferences, with an emphasis on developing creative teams I ve had the FourSight training already, and this book reinforced that learning as well as taught me some new insights and techniques Recommended to anyone who wants to becreative


  9. says:

    Lessons of the book are taught in the form of a leadership fable The fable was a little dry and boring at parts, but it did an effective job of teaching the content If you just want to get to the point read the second half of the book which explains the concepts in detail without going into the story.


  10. says:

    It is a good manual for innovation.It considers the diversified nature of the team members and the different stages of innovation The book can be a good development for every leader to use it with his her team.

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