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Extraordinary Groups: How Ordinary Teams Achieve Amazing Results by Kathleen D. Ryan, Geoffrey M. Bellman

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Appendix D. MORE GROUP RESOURCES

The books, articles, and Web sites below speak of hot spots, communities, social networks, great groups, sparks, tribes, and collective wisdom, all notions related to what we have called extraordinary groups. Each source offers its unique perspective on what can happen among people gathered for common purpose—and what wildly different perspectives they are! Follow your nose, and your Purpose, as you weave these thoughts into what we offered you in our book.

Bennis, Warren, and Biederman, P. W., 1997. Organizing Genius: The Secrets of Creative Collaboration. New York: Perseus Books.

The authors use numerous and prominent corporate stories from recent history to illustrate ten principles common to "great groups"—people ...

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