Finally there is a radical new approach to succeeding in business -- transcompetition -- by combining the best elements of competition and collaboration to enhance long-term performance. Through transcompetition, readers will learn how to break the win-lose cycle and build alliances between individuals as well as between organizations to consistently achieve winning results.
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A new way to compete -- and succeed -- in the collaborative marketplace! What really works? Hard driving competitiveness or friendly collaboration? Neither, say 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 trascompetition. 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.
Stop winning today only to be beaten tomorrow!
This book is about a phenomenon we see in business and life called the Brute Cycle. Those who love winning at others' expense are eventually brought down by the people they beat. This book points toward a new way of playing that avoids the worst excesses of blood-and-guts competition, grafting the best aspects of competitive fire and cooperative spirit.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070530823
Book Description McGraw Hill Pub. / Business Week Books, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. 6-1/2 x 9-1/2 x 1". 1998 Hardcover book in original dustjacket. BRAND NEW from 1998 publisher . Never opened , Never read , Never marked . Jacket now proteced in New removable non-stick clear mylar sleeve protector. Gift Giving quality . 251 pages . " defines the right mix of competition and collaboration in a radically changing business environment, with a heavy emphasis on the fields of anthropology, psychology, history, and biology. The goal is to break the cycle of 'winning at all costs' , or of suppressing the individual for the good of the group, while integrating the best of both approaches in an alliance between individuals and organizations. Examples of companies clearly representing these conflicting approaches abound " . Proposes a new management model that combines the best elements of both collaboration and competition. Robbins is a licensed clinical psychologist, and Finley is a business writer whose columns are carried by the Knight Ridder newspaper chain. They document the destructive effects of competition and the often ineffective results of collaboration. Using self assessment , and organizational-assessment tools and examples from the corporate world, the authors show how to combine these two strategies to best advantage. This book is the second imprint in a new series from Business Week magazine, and Robbins and Finley utilize short, article-length chapters that reflect Business Week's journalistic style" . An examination of the influences of competition, collaboration and co-operation on people's behaviour at work. The book shows how to fully exploit a competitive spirit without encouraging obsessive competitive behviour and how to benefit from this approach. " Transcompetition - Moving Beyond Competition and Collaboration " Business Week Books . edited by Harvey Robbins & Michael Finley . published by McGraw Hill , New York 1998 First Edition Hard cover book in DJ *** Securely packed for Safe delivery ~ Shipping safely Worldwide, since 1965 *** 6-1/2 x 9-1/2 x 1". Bookseller Inventory # 2793
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