Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1998, 251 pages
TransCompetition: A new way to compete — and succeed — in the collaborative marketplace
In today's marketplace, what really work — hard-driving competitiveness or friendly collaboration? Neither, says experts Harvey Robbins and Michael Finley. In this wake-up call to the business community, the award-winning team that gave us Why Teams Don't Work outlines a groundbreaking new concept in management style called transcompetition. An innovative combination of the best tactics of combat and the new spirit of teamwork, transcompetition can help transform your business practices far more effectively than anything you are doing right now. The new business philosophy of transcompetition is grounded in ideas and strategies that can help you:
Applying transcompetitive concepts to your business can help you understand the nature of your corporate culture and of yourself — and turn that knowledge into highly effective strategy for long-term growth without losing that important competitive edge.
Gets you to think, even if you don't agree with everything.