Great groups creative collaboration great group organizing genius manhattan project warren bennis bill clinton clinton won the 1992 presidential clinton campaign bennis and biederman patricia ward secrets of creative take home lessons ward biederman campaign team myth of the rugged individual fun to read dozen such groups generate great reading . Uncovers the elements of creative collaboration by examining six of the centurys most extraordinary groups and distill their successful practices into lessons that virtually any organization can learn and commit to in order to transform its own management into a collaborative and successful group of leaders. As you can see we chose a title other than the one suggested by dr mead organizing genius the secrets of creative collaboration is part history part how to manual part meditation on why a few groups rise to greatness while most flounder. Organizing geniusthe secrets of creative collaboration by warren bennis and patricia ward biederman compiled by richard loveless my notes from reading feb march 1998 p xvleadership and good groups are not separate phenomenon. In organizing genius americas most respected leadership expert teams with a veteran journalist to explore the forces that foster creative collaboration by en schemadescription analyzing six histories of great groups from the manhattan project to the teams that developed todays personal computer warren bennis and patricia ward
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