Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Latest Reviews on ‘Where in the World is My Team’ from Amazon.com
Superb flow of thoughts into the complex topic of virtual teams, August 20, 2010
This book is a recommended course reading, which implies I had to read it. Fortunately, it turns out to be great fun while acquiring knowledge. It's the same point the main character "SHE" articulated in her TV interview... working (gaming) could be fun. If the goals are set properly and each team member knows with clarity what to undertake... he or she will always look forward to beginning the game the the next day. This is a highly recommended read for those working within a multicultural environment not necessarily only for virtual teams.
Structure with a sense of comedy, August 11, 2010
Appreciated both the technical detail as well as the fiction aspect of making this a more interesting read. The human theory side of it has been very useful in working with my teams as well as working with local HR staff in defining gaps in our training procedures.
Innovative business book that is ahead of its time, June 4, 2010
Great book that is very useful to anyone working with global and/or virtual teams (and who isn't these days?!) It is not your average 'business' book and is all the better for it. Written from the perspective of Will adds humour and realism to the problems we all face every day, yet the recommended actions at the back are extremely valuable. I really like the easy to follow, logical structure and the issues that are easy to relate to. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to work better in teams.
Find out more about the trials and tribulations of Will Williams as he navigates the tricky waters of virtual collaboration in Where in the World is My Team.