This book will do for teamwork what the cult classic Business Model Generation did for strategy.
In 2010, Tim Clark helped create Business
Model Generation, a groundbreaking global bestseller on how enterprises
deliver value customers. In 2012, Clark and partner Bruce Hazen
followed up with Business Model You, pioneering the personal business model technique for individuals. In their new book, Clark and Hazen turn this sights on teams, showing managers how much better their enterprises function when individuals and teams know their role in creating value for customers. Even great leaders face management problems every day. Do we have the
right people in the right seats? How do they know what is a priority?
Are we making it clear to everyone – across meetings, reports, and
projects – how the enterprise creates value, and how each team member
Through case studies, brief exercises and easy-to-follow visuals, Clark
and Hazen show how leaders of any group, regardless of size, can help
people work independently and passionately toward shared goals without
excessive turnover, training, or culture building exercises. While any leader will benefit from Business Model ForTeams, it is the ideal book for those confronting big market changes or overseeing new groups of colleagues.