Rewiring the Primal Management Talent Code

This content is syndicated from Brad Appleton's ACME Blog by Brad Appleton. To view the original post in full, click here.

I came across an interesting book in Borders over the weekend, but didn't have the time to browse it more thoroughly. A few hours later, at home, I looked it up on I found the description and review comments very interesting, and found myself following links to some related books and reading through those pages as well.

There were three books in particular that struck me as having conclusions that were different, but closely connected, and which combined together to yield something more powerful than any of them does alone. These three books are:
What do you think? Can you see a connection from each of these to the other that suggests a "bigger picture" regarding agility, collaboration, leadership and excellence? How did you connect the dots from one to the other?

Leave a Reply

What is 1 + 3 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:
Please do this simple sum so I know you are human:)

There are 101 ways to approach anything.
To find the best way, sometimes you need expert help

What People Say

“Kelly is an Agile heavy-weight. He came in to assess my multi-million $ Agile development program which wasn’t delivering the right throughput. He interviewed most of the team and made some key recommendations that, when implemented, showed immediate results. I couldn’t ask for more than that except he’s a really nice guy as well.”