Important disclosure: this book review pertains to a client’s book. The thing is, they’re a client because I really liked their last book. Decide for yourself.
I just finished reading Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton’s The Orange Revolution: How One Great Team Can Transform an Entire Organization (amazon affiliate link), and at first, I was thinking that the book would be best suited for managers. By the end, I knew that the book belongs in the hands of anyone who wants to work within a system or a team and build a high performance organization. What I loved in the book was the whole mindset change from thinking that only leaders had to care about the important recipe of building a team, and that by the end, I knew that everyone had to be part of the vision of what makes an ideal team.
Here’s my video review:
This book is worth it. There are LOTS of executable ideas in it. I highly recommend it. Not just because they’re clients, but because what they’ve come up with in this book is useful MEAT. You can DO SOMETHING with this information. Here’s a link to the book: