TOP 10 Team management Books
The Quintessence of Strategic Management — Philip Kotler, Roland Berger, Nils Bickhoff
On strategic management. Everything you need to know to survive in a highly competitive environment. The main ideas of each theory under consideration are illustrated with numerous examples from various business areas, both fictional and from real life. This book is for managers, as well as for everyone who is called upon to develop successful strategies and make the right decisions for the benefit of their company and its employees.
It's Not About the Coffee — Howard Behar
The book is about the fact that the company should consider both its employees and its customers as people, first of all. Then everything else will come by itself. If a manager treats employees as partners and not as a resource, they achieve fantastic results. If managers see in clients not a source of income, but the people they provide a service to, together they come back again and again.
The Wisdom of Teams — Jon R. Katzenbach, Douglas K. Smith
The book describes how strict adherence to corporate discipline can lead to quick and unexpectedly successful results. The authors are confident that, despite the lack of conclusive empirical evidence, teams deliver better results than non-team groups.
Performance Management: Finding the Missing Pieces — Gary Cokins
The book is by Michael Armstrong and Angela Baron. Readers will learn how to improve the performance of a company of any profile through creating a performance management system. Formulating the core attitude of performance management: the higher the productivity of everyone, the more effective the activities of the entire organization are — the authors tell about the history, goals, philosophy, and principles of performance management, the mutual influence of this system, and the company's key values, as well as its impact on the productivity of the organization.
The Shorter MBA — Neil Thomas
This is a practical guide to the key management skills on which both commercial and personal success depend.
The book consists of three parts:
The art of management
And it is distinguished by a clear structure, practicality of the material, and an integrated approach to the presentation of all issues of company management. The book will be understandable for both a novice manager and an experienced leader.
Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter — Liz Wiseman
Why read this book?
You will learn about the main types of leaders: how they work, how they differ, how they relate to employees, and how employees relate to them.
You can adjust your leadership style to inspire your team and use all of it and your capabilities.
The book describes the experience of the world's best companies and their leaders. The examples collected by Liz Wiseman specifically for the book support her theory with facts and help her remember everything better.
Michael Allen's Guide to E-Learning — Michael W. Allen
Distance e-learning is one of the most effective ways to improve the performance of staff. A renowned e-learning guru, Michael Allen, offers techniques for developing eLearning courses that truly impact employee performance. Courses created according to his methodology work for the result, and employees take them with pleasure. Allen talks about specific technologies, the nuances of educational methods, as well as the practical experience of companies in the implementation of distance learning systems.
The Mind of The Strategist: The Art of Japanese Business — Kenichi Ohmae
Successful business strategies are not the result of rigorous analysis but a particular style of thinking. The book teaches the use of strategy as a practical skill, the ability to think and act, especially; avoid pitfalls, recognize and use crucial trends. The book contains many illustrative, non-fictional examples from company life and inspires the reader to reach new heights of bold and creative strategic thought.
Kanban from the Inside — Mike Burrows
Mike Burrows talks about the fundamental principles of Kanban and describes the values on which the method relies. The book also provides step-by-step guidance on how to implement Kanban considering the needs and specifics of your business. The book has three parts. The first is about the Kanban value system. The second focuses on systems thinking, theory of constraints, AGILE, and lean manufacturing, all of which are necessary to better understand the principles of Kanban. The third part gives practical recommendations for the implementation of Kanban and talks about the main components of the method.
The Harvard Business Review Leader's Handbook — Ron Ashkenas, Brook Manville
This book is not just another fancy framework or a list like "The Top 10 Things You Need to Become a Leader." It contains only time-tested leadership practices. Learn how to create a vision and inspire others to follow it. Find out how to make difficult strategic choices. Know how to innovate and get results. These fundamental skills are becoming even more critical today as organizations and teams become more interconnected, virtual, agile, and rapidly evolving.