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Unstuck : Tool for Yourself, Your Team, and Your World (04 Edition)by Keith Yamashita
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Everyone gets stuck sooner or later. The big question is how do you get unstuck?
People and organizations get stuck because the most ambitious and rewarding work brings with it the most challenges.
Unstuck is a smart, fearless, totally practical guide to turn to for inspiration and immediate solutions. I‛s meant to be acted on, not just read. And i‛s based on the proven practices the authors have discovered while working with IBM, Sony, Hewlett-Packard, Nike, Gap Inc., and many other major companies.
Whether you need to step back to move forward, motivate a struggling team, change your goals, or create a clearer vision, Unstuck helps you diagnose your situation, identify the most important challenges, and implement the right tools and techniques to get things moving again. Now with updated case studies, this is the perfect book to get you and your team unstuck.
For anyone who feels "stuck," this dynamic handbook identifies the symptoms and offers dozens of in-the-moment tools, techniques, and examples to get moving again.
About the Author
Keith Yamashita is cofounder of Stone Yamashita Partners, a San Franciscobased consulting firm. He has worked with leaders at Hewlett-Packard, Apple, PBS, Sony, IBM, Nike, the World Bank, and others, and has been featured in Fast Company, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, and Harvard Business Review.
Sandra Spataro is an assistant professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management. She held a number of management posts at Oracle before earning her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior at the University of California, Berkeley.
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