This book is a guide to the iterative organization, the only kind of organization that can learn and adapt fast enough to keep up in today's world. For anyone running a team of managers, or advising someone who does, it describes the fundamental behaviours that create iteration, explains how to implement them, and includes videos and online assessment to get the process started. Iterate defines what management really is and helps readers create a fast, flexible, focused management team that does it well.
Ed Muzio, award-winning author, CEO, and ""one of the planet's clearest thinkers on management practice,"" provides a research-based blueprint for a management team that will take the next best step for the organization in any situation. A guide to the real work of management, this book enables senior leadership, frontline and middle management, and human resource executives to equip their teams with both knowledge and practical skills so that they not only understand their own purpose but also perform that purpose well amidst ever-changing conditions. Iterate will help readers create measurable business results on any management team, of any size, in any industry where complex work and frequent change are the norm.
Ed Muzio's mantra is "Higher Output, Lower Stress, Sustainable Growth." He is CEO of Group Harmonics and author of Make Work Great (McGraw-Hill, 2010) and Four Secrets to Liking Your Work (FT Press, 2008). Both books won Awards of Excellence from the International Society for Performance Improvement. He is a leader in the application of analytical models to group and organizational effectiveness and output, including whole-group intervention, simulation, facilitation, and instructional design.