The projects that are crucial to today's organizations are unlike any projects teams have faced before. The high spee, fram breaking solutions they require can't be arrived at through a traditional step by step approach. Teams that want to succeed must be able to reframe problems, challenge preconceptions, come up with new ideas, and learn on their feet. This book gives readers a radical new plan for building these skills.
"For teams that struggle with projects demanding new approaches andways of thinking, Redding's radical team approach has the potentialto produce faster and greater results than any other approach I'vetried." --Louis J. Sharp, Ph.D., director, research anddevelopment, Bisco, Inc.
"Finally, a book on teams that has something new and different tosay. Using solid examples, John Redding has produced a useful guidefor problem-solving teams." --Glenn Parker, team-buildingconsultant; co-author, Rewarding Teams
"This book responds to the urgent need to deal with complexproblems that defy traditional solutions. It's a valuable resourcefor teams charged with delivering dramatic results." --John. A.Niemi, distinguished teaching professor, Northern IllinoisUniversity
"In The Radical Team Handbook, John Redding tells us why the oldrules of business no longer apply. He presents, in a clear andlucid manner, the ways in which teams within organizations mustreshape themselves if they are to work in the future. Everysuccessful team hears the call to 'think outside the box.' At last,we have a book that tells them how to do it!" --Jeffrey K. Pinto,author, The Project Management Institute Project ManagementHandbook
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