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Collaboration is the new field of leadership. And it is evolving quickly. Now access the most current and collaborative book. Savage's updated book guides you through the business, social and environmental costs of bad collaboration, the roadblocks to collaboration, the 10 Essential Steps to Collaboration, Disruptive Technology, Team Assessments, getting beyond fake news, how to create a culture of innovation, create shared value, build on success and much more. Tired of the barriers and wasted resources? This is the breakthrough guide for you and your organization. David B. Savage's Break Through To Yes provides the key for real success- collaboration! -Marshall Goldsmith, Thinkers 50 #1 Leadership Thinker in the World and Top 5 Management Thinker 2015. KIRKUS REVIEW Break Through To Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration A book thoroughly examines the power of successful collaborations. Canadian collaboration expert Savage (a contributor to Ready, Aim, Excel, 2012) offers a work that couldn't be more timely. While it addresses organizational collaboration, this book could be interpreted more broadly as a treatise on building a cooperative culture within families, groups, businesses, and government. In a collection of concise chapters, Savage leads the reader through a discussion of the meaning and value of collaboration. The author supplements his own experiences over more than four decades with extensive quotes from experts and results from surveys that he conducted; in effect, he collaborated far and wide to garner input for this volume. Part One lays the groundwork by first exploring reasons for collaboration, why it fails, and what is required for effective collaboration. Part Two explores "The Discipline of Collaboration," addressing such issues as why collaboration is misunderstood, how to involve stakeholders, and why the practice demands "opening the mind...opening the heart...and opening the will." This section also delivers a useful assessment tool to determine the state of an organization's "collaborative ecosystem." In Part Three, Savage provides a comprehensive road map via 10 specific steps for implementing organizational collaboration. Beginning with "Step 1: Set Intention and Declare Your Purpose," and concluding with "Step 10: Make It So: Positively Change the Energy and the Future Together," the book systematically details each step and then summarizes to facilitate implementation. Part Four ("Break Through") offers a discussion of circles and teams and explains the rise of the "Chief Collaboration Officer" as a senior position, which, Savage writes, is "the greatest advance in organizational productivity in the knowledge economy." This engaging volume's Appendices contain additional worthy information, including quotes from experts (from Bryce Medd/Wealthy Tortoise Financial, British Columbia: "In the financial services realm, if the intention is to create one plan, a roadmap for a client, then only by collaboration can all of the various disciplines come together for the best interest of the client"). The Appendices also include an itemized list of "roadblocks to collaboration," and vital lessons the author has learned from some less-than-successful collaborative engagement startups. Highly readable, informative, and well-organized, this insightful work acts as a short-form textbook on the best practices in collaboration. A valuable volume for the senior leader of any group, business, or organization who wants to build a collaborative culture.
KIRKUS REVIEW A book thoroughly examines the power of successful collaborations... a work that couldn't be more timely. While it addresses organizational collaboration, this book could be interpreted more broadly as a treatise on building a cooperative culture within families, groups, businesses, and government.
Table of Contents Guests Foreword What is Creating Shared Value, Critical Thinking, and Collaboration? Define your personal values as a successful collaborative leader Chapter 1 Collaboration and Leadership featuring Bob Acton and David Mitchell Chapter 2 Collaboration and Sports featuring Tristen Chernove and Martin Parnell Chapter 3 Collaboration and Organizational Culture featuring Mike Thompson and Stephen Hobbs Chapter 4 Collaboration, Company Dispute Resolution, and Mindfulness featuring Julie Murray Chapter 5 Collaboration and Critical Thinking in This Age of Lies featuring Doreen Liberto and Chuck Rose Chapter 6 Collaboration, Europe and Rotary International featuring Elisabeth Delaygue Bevan and Florian Wackermann Chapter 7 Collaboration and Human Sexual Trafficking featuring Lance Kadatz and Cliff Wiebe Chapter 8 Collaboration, Human Resources and Global Networks featuring Amy Schabacker Dufrane and Japman Bajaj Chapter 9 Collaboration, The Secret Marathon and Going the Extra Mile featuring Kate McKenzie, Shawn Anderson, and Martin Parnell Chapter 10 Collaboration, Leadership and Disruptive Technologies featuring Jim Gibson Chapter 12 Collaborative Global Initiative Tool Kit featuring Barry Wilson, Doreen Liberto, and Jeff Cohen Chapter 13 One Yes, One Thing, One Dream featuring Deva Premal and Miten, Klara Fenlof, Robert Stewart, Sara Amos and Quinn Amos Chapter 14 Unlocking the Possible featuring Ken Cloke and Duncan Autrey Break Through To Yes: The Collaborative Podcast Series Acknowledgements About the Author; Why Collaborate? We have seen many and repeated failures, sometimes with the cost of billions. These affect organizations and their capital projects and operations. When a company starts making mistakes, tries to force its agenda on others, or is in conflict with its own stakeholders, the consequences are significant. People revolt and profit margins are destroyed. Projects get delayed in regulatory and community review for extended lengths of time. Employees simply don't give their best because they do not trust the systems they work in especially when they have little influence in the processes or programs in which they are involved. The cost to organizations can be both internal and external disengagement, rejection by regulatory bodies and governments, rejection by impacted communities, and damage to the environment. Add to that a wide range of human cause including everything from the oppression, conflict, suicide, marital breakdown and career paralysis to the loss of intelligence and vision of the brightest people in your business, simply because they mentally check out when they come to work. All this means lost productivity, lost opportunities to grow and prosper, and distracted leaders and workers who no longer feel able to do good work. Leaders and organizations, however, can gain a strategic advantage by avoiding all of this energy and revenue-zapping negativity simply by working together to build a culture of collaboration. Collaboration is not an event, it's a culture. It's the way we work together. I am a lifelong student of how to get the right people in the right place with the right information in the right mindset to figure out how to conquer challenges and solve conflicts together. Collaboration is a new field of study and success. Collaboration must evolve. Let's learn together and make our world, communities, and families better. In this series; Book 1, The Foundation for Collaboration. Book 2: The Collaborative Guest Podcasts Book 3: The 10 Essential Steps of Collaboration Book 4: Unlocking the Possible with Collaboration Other books by David B. Savage include Break Through To Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration.
Your people might be your organization’s greatest assets, but their interactions with one another are what determine the quality and the quantity of their contributions. Few organizations know how to generate the sense of excitement, energy, and shared mission that occurs when people truly join together. This book shows how, describing four simple behavioral keys that fundamentally change how people work together — building greater trust, understanding and collaboration.
Looking for a conversational and easy-to-follow book that walks you through the most important nursing concepts and helps you apply them in practice? Then look no further than Concepts for Nursing Practice, 2nd Edition! Written by conceptual learning expert Jean Giddens, this innovative interactive text explains 58 of the most common nursing concepts — including six all new concepts — that span the areas of patient physiology, patient behavior, and the professional nursing environment. Featured exemplars for each concept are also discussed to help you more easily understand the concepts and apply them to the clinical setting. In addition to more concepts and featured exemplar sections, this new second edition also boasts a more intuitive organization and review questions for both RN and LPN/LVN programs. In a nutshell, Concepts for Nursing Practice, 2nd Edition is not only the key to understanding nursing concepts, it’s also the way to hone your clinical reasoning skills and be confidently prepared for almost any workplace situation. Authoritative content written by expert Jean Giddens sets the standard for the rapidly growing concept-based curriculum movement. Exemplar lists for each concept, covering the lifespan and all clinical settings aid readers in assimilating concepts into practice. Case studies in each chapter allow readers to apply knowledge of concepts to real world examples. Logical organization of concepts into units and themes helps readers form immediate connections among related concepts – a key to conceptual learning. Original concept illustrations give readers visual cues to understanding and making connections across concepts. NEW! Six all-new concepts — spirituality, self-management, sleep, hormonal regulation, fatigue, and health disparities — cover a broader spectrum of nursing practice and provide added flexibility across a variety of nursing programs. NEW! Featured exemplar sections highlight selected exemplars related to each concept and provide a brief synopsis of the exemplar. NEW! Expanded resources for LPN/LVN programs include unique student review questions to offer additional study assistance. NEW! Revised format for Health and Illness concepts includes concise and consistent explanations of conditions across the lifespan along with the rationale for care. NEW! Revised format for Health Care Recipient and Professional Nursing/Health Care concepts provides streamlined explanations of conceptual material in a more logical order. NEW! Renamed theme on Resilience (formerly Coping and Stress Tolerance) emphasizes this increasingly important aspect of personal responsibility in health and illness.
This field book shows educators how to improve schools by developing group culture, enhancing facilitators' skills, and equipping groups to resolve complex issues around student learning.
Practical, proven guidance for transforming the culture of any IT department As more and more jobs are outsourced, and the economy continues to struggle, people are looking for an alternative to the greed-driven, selfish leadership that has resulted in corporations where the workers are treated as interchangeable parts. This book shows how the human factors can be used to unlock higher returns on human capital such that workers are no longer interchangeable parts, but assets that are cared about and grown. Refreshingly innovative, Transforming IT Culture shows how neuroscientific and psychological research can be applied in the IT workplace to unleash a vast pool of untapped potential. Written by an expert on IT culture transformation Considers the widespread "cultural blindness" in business today, and how it can be addressed Draws on the author's repeated success transforming IT divisions across major corporations by applying the human factors Explains why social intelligence, human factors, and collaboration are the source of harmony, shared learning, mutual respect, and value creation Employees want positive change in business, something to stop the downward spiral we are on, both financially and emotionally. Transforming IT Culture shows how the essential ingredient to any high performing IT department is a culture where employees are valued and managed to their strengths. Using the Information Technology profession as a lens through which we can understand knowledge worker productivity and how to seriously improve it, this important new book reveals why Collaborative Social Systems are essential to every organization.

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