Superteams: How to Take Your Team to the Top (Paperback)
  • Superteams: How to Take Your Team to the Top (Paperback)

Superteams: How to Take Your Team to the Top (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 06/02/2014
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In Superteams, Khoi Tu reveals the secrets to taking your team to the top. When Disney shutdown production on Toy Story, how did Pixar save it? What turned sworn rivals into a winning Ryder Cup team? Why is the Stones' longevity down to Mick and Keith's rivalry? These are the stories behind the world's greatest superteams. In seven fascinating case studies, Khoi Tu investigates why it is that some teams excel, endure, and overcome insuperable odds. How they deliver the impossible and remain loyal to one another in the very best - and worst - of circumstances. From Ferarri Formula One to the Iranian Embassy Siege Team, from the Red Cross in Haiti to the Northern Ireland Peace Process negotiators, you'll learn the secrets of the superteams: how to build a team from scratch, work powerfully together, and perform at your peak. Go stellar with your own superteam. "Buy this book - it's a game-changer". (Jamie Oliver). "Inspirational". (Sir Jackie Stewart). "Khoi Tu is the most visionary among visionaries". (Management Today). Khoi Tu is a teamwork consultant who has worked with teams at Coca-Cola, BP, Deutsche Bank, UBS, Tesco, LVMH and the British Red Cross. He has also advised some of the world's most influential individuals, including Jamie Oliver, leading entrepreneurs and Formula One world champions. He worked around the world for Shell before joining the pioneering web design company Razorfish during the early days of the dot com boom. He jointly founded a leadership advisory firm with Booz Allen Hamilton before starting his own company, Inverstar, in 2006. Khoi Tu will donate all his royalties from the sale of Superteams to the British Red Cross, which works both in the UK and overseas.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241959794

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