teams

A Quote by Margaret Wheatley on businesses, teams, leadership, and work

They have eliminated rigidity, both physical and psychological, in order to support more fluid processes whereby temporary teams are created to deal with specific and ever-changing needs. They have simplified roles into minimal categories; they have knocked down walls and created workplaces where people, ideas, and information circulate freely.

Margaret Wheatley

Source: Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World Revised

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A Quote by Guy Kawasaki on teams, revolutionary, ability, passion, macintosh, mac, and college

The two most important things about people on a revolutionary team are their ability and passion. Their educational level or work experience is meaningless--most of the engineers who did ground-breaking work of the Macintosh design didn't even graduate from college.

Guy Kawasaki

Source: Rules For Revolutionaries: The Capitalist Manifesto for Creating and Marketing New Products and Services, Pages: 30-31

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A Quote by Guy Kawasaki on teams, revolutionary, unity, and passion

Great teams are usually small--under fifty in total head count. (There are few examples of a team made up of hundreds of people who created anything revolutionary.) Big teams aren't conducive to revolutionary products because such products require a high degree of single-mindedness, unity, and unreasonable passion.

Guy Kawasaki

Source: Rules For Revolutionaries: The Capitalist Manifesto for Creating and Marketing New Products and Services, Pages: 31

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A Quote by Edward Paul Abbey on stupidity, teamwork, teams, and committees

One man alone can be pretty dumb sometimes, but for real bona fide stupidity, there ain't nothin' can beat teamwork.

Edward Abbey (1927 - 1989)

Source: The Monkey Wrench Gang, p. 313

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