The Right Fight

The Right Fight

How Great Leaders Use Healthy Conflict to Drive Performance, Innovation, and Value

Book - 2010
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"Until now, management wisdom would have you believe that the single most important thing leaders have to get right is alignment. To accomplish anything, employees must agree about the mission, strategy, and goals of an organization. Aligned employees are happy employees, and happy employees are productive employees. Simple, right?" "Well, in a word, no. Counter to conventional wisdom, the dirty little secret of leadership - what they don't tell you in business school - is that a leader's time is not always best spent trying to help his or her teams make nice and get along. In contrast, the authors' groundbreaking research shows that fostering productive dissent is essential for achieving peak efficiency - what Joni and Beyer call "right fights."" "Right fights need to be well designed and subject to certain rules to be effective. Alignment cannot be ignored; without it, organizations can be plagued with bitter, energy-draining wrong fights. But a certain amount of healthy struggle is good for organizations. Right fights unleash the creative, productive potential of teams, organizations, and communities." "The Right Fight turns management thinking on its head and shows why leaders - in the fast-moving, hyper-competitive marketplaces of the twenty-first century - need to foster alignment and orchestrate thoughtful controversy in their organizations to get the best results."--BOOK JACKET.
Publisher: New York, NY : Harper Business, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061717161
0061717169
Characteristics: xvi, 234 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Beyer, Damon

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