We’re very pleased that Why Teams Don’t Work has been through numerous printings and is now embarking on a second edition.
What’s new in this edition? Lots. We’ve added 65 new pages, and torn out 28 old ones.
We focus everything through the lens of team intelligence—the smarts a team has to acquire together in order to perform. Team intelligence is a kind of play on words. On the one hand, it means good ideas about teams—the intent of this book. But it also refers to the intelligence successful teams must have, the knowledge their members have about one another, that is the key to high performance.
On balance, we can report that this edition is more practical for everyday use, while having a more radical flavor. We’re madder than ...