The Myths and Realities of Teamwork
by David Wright
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 137
In this book, the author, David Wright, sets out to share 30 years of his team building experience in organizations both large and small. The book focuses on the key milestones that mark a team's journey to high performance, without being naive to the challenges and the pitfalls.
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