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Author Daniel Coyle shares the three secrets to creating a successful organizational culture in his New York Times best-selling business book (March, 2018). Drawing from various examples, Coyle shows that everyone from companies to comedy troupes can have success with three simple conditions.
What does this ZIP Reads summary include?
- Synopsis of the original book
- A detailed overview of each section
- The three key components of highly successful groups
- Detailed analysis of each component
- Common reasons even highly skilled teams experience failure
- Editorial reivew
- Background on the original author
About the Original Audiobook:
Daniel Coyle’s The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups asks the question, “What characteristics do successful organizational cultures share?” After conducting research of his own, Coyle finds that there are commonalities between groups as different as movie studios, jewel thieves, shoe companies, and basketball teams that make all of these groups among the best in their respective industries. It turns out that the most successful groups are not necessarily the smartest, biggest, or best equipped, but the most connected. A highly approachable read rich in insight, Coyle’s audiobook is a guide that will prove valuable to any grouping seeking to create a more productive, enjoyable culture.
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