EXTENDED SUMMARY | THE 17 INDISPUTABLE LAWS OF TEAMWORK: EMBRACE THEM AND EMPOWER YOUR TEAM - BASED ON THE BOOK BY JOHN C. MAXWELL
1ST Law - The Law Of Transcendental
Reasons To Work In Solitude
2ND Law- The Law Of The Complete Picture
3RD Law - The Law Of Specialization
4TH Law - The Law Of Mt. Everest
5TH Law - The Law Of The Chain
6TH Law - The Law Of Catalyst
7TH Law - The Law Of The Compass
8TH Law - The Law Of The Rotten Apple
9TH Law - The Law Of Reliability
10TH Law - The Law Of Price
11TH Law- The Law Of The Marker
12TH Law- The Law Of The Support Banking
13TH Law - The Law Of Identity
14TH Law - The Law Of Communication
15TH Law - The Law Of Advantage
16TH Law - The Law Of High Morale
17TH Law - The Law Of Dividends
ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOK
The role of teams in the current business and technical environment has become more vital than ever before. Individual efforts are still important, but the relative complexity of technology and global markets has made teamwork paramount. The roles of teams, and multiple teams working together, are a defining feature of successful modern ventures. Individuals’ work has been minimized and the integration of people's skills, abilities and competencies is an essential to achieve goals and maintain ongoing success.
Given this reality, every leader of any organization has the difficult task of forming these successful teams and ensuring that they gel and develop. This is a more complicated task than simply identifying good people who can work on their own. The human condition is complex and many people do not show the open and collaborative attitudes necessary for a team to work , so the intervention of the leader becomes more essential.
ABOUT MENTORS LIBRARY
Books are mentors. Books can guide what we do and our lives. Many of us love books while reading them and maybe they will echo with us a few weeks after but 2 years later we can’t remember if we have read it or not. And that’s a shame. We remember that at that time, the book meant a lot to us.
Why is it that 2 years later we have forgotten everything? That’s not good.
This summary is taken from the most important themes of the original book.