Publisher: Amazon Fulfillment, 2016, 118 pages
Are you ready to create a One Team culture?
Tribal Unity is a real world, practical guide, for leaders committed to making their organisation a great place to work. Based on the true story of how one inspiring leader transformed a highly toxic organisational culture, into an internationally recognised case study of success. Tribal Unity, shares proven patterns that are revolutionising they way teams of teams connect and perform.
Well, the author is enthusiastic about her subject, and is a fairly good writer, so you enjoy reading her book. And she is not even obviously wrong either, which is good, even though her outlook on personalities and their expressions in different cultures are very Australian/American. I doubt that some of her practical recommendations would work in the Scandinavian culture fort example (some exceptions of course exists, as humans are a variable bunch).
As she has done a fair amount of reading (lots of good references in the book), I am a bit surprised that she obviously has never read about the Hawthorne experiments. If she had (very few MBAs don't know about them and their implications), she could have skipped half the book and had an easier experience.
But with that said, it is a fairly OK book to read, even though it is not really revolutionary that if you give attention to people and listen to them, you get better performance.