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The blockbuster bestseller now in a manga edition--fullyillustrated and fun to read!

Beautifully illustrated by Kensuke Okabayashi, this enthrallingedition of Patrick Lencioni's massive bestseller gives readers anew format in which to understand the fascinating, complex world ofteams. Kathryn Petersen, Decision Tech's CEO, faces the ultimateleadership crisis: Uniting a team in such disarray that itthreatens to bring down the entire company. Will she succeed? Willshe be fired? Will the company fail? Lencioni's gripping taleserves as a timeless reminder that leadership requires as muchcourage as it does insight.

Throughout the story, Lencioni reveals the five dysfunctions thatgo to the heart of why teams--even the best ones--often struggle.He outlines a powerful model and actionable steps that can be usedto overcome these common hurdles and build a cohesive, effectiveteam. This is a compelling fable with a powerful, yet deceptivelysimple message for all those who strive to be exceptionalleaders.

Kensuke Okabayashi (Jersey City, NJ) is a working illustrator, agraduate of the School of Visual Arts, and an instructor at theEducational Alliance Art School in New York City.
Published: Wiley on Dec 19, 2011
ISBN: 9781118179154
List price: $20.95
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The manga format of this book is pure gimmick, with an art quality barely equal to cheap clipart. As to the content, it's a rehash of various pop psychology tenets. There's no new information, and the style is not particularly engaging. Don't bother reading this unless it's required for a class.read more
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Never judge a book by its format. This may be a manga-style presentation - and you might be able to read it in a couple of hours- but it contains deep, uncomfortable truths about people, teams and what can separate the great from the also-rans. Profound, insightful; I wish I'd read it 20 years agoread more
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The manga format of this book is pure gimmick, with an art quality barely equal to cheap clipart. As to the content, it's a rehash of various pop psychology tenets. There's no new information, and the style is not particularly engaging. Don't bother reading this unless it's required for a class.
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Never judge a book by its format. This may be a manga-style presentation - and you might be able to read it in a couple of hours- but it contains deep, uncomfortable truths about people, teams and what can separate the great from the also-rans. Profound, insightful; I wish I'd read it 20 years ago
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