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Highly recommend this read! In a new world, companies and teams that can embrace and master radical adaptability, inclusion, transformational leadership, and the ability to pivot will undoubtably be the leaders in their space. Competing in the New World of Work is a refreshing and fun read. The knowledge and insights shared by this expert panel of authors is gold. As an entrepreneur, I’m always looking to accelerate my company’s momentum and develop more competitive advantage in a hyper competitive space. This book has provided me with a wealth of new and innovative ideas and solutions to help us be in a league of our own!
If you’ve remotely paid attention to what has happened socially, economically, or politically since Covid-19 hit America, there is nothing new here. Keep searching elsewhere. This book is nowhere near as good as Never Eat Alone (five stars).
The book read like a team building workshop by HR. Corporate cringe like DIE (diversity, inclusion, & equality) and other feel good slogans felt forced to keep the Twitter/Outrage/Cancel mob at bay. If you’re a solopreneur or someone looking to get an edge, read Scott Galloway’s Post Corona for more practical advice.
I’m a big fan of Ferrazi’s work in general, but the book didn’t contain anything new other than the concept of crowdsourcing your network’s expertise to problem-solve. I’d say that made the book somewhat tolerable, albeit much of it is a word salad of empty calories.
This book provides a clear roadmap on how to tackle today's unprecedented challenges. Managing a business while battling a pandemic, natural disasters caused by climate change, and strained supply chain networks, is challenging even to the most experienced entrepreneurs or Fortune 500 CEOs. I'm so happy I found this book! Chapter 4, in particular, struck a cord with me. Focusing on team members' health and well-being while we navigate these challenging times. I'm not in business to just make a profit - I love building organizations and overcoming challenges with my teams. Making sure we all reach the finish line together is absolutely critical. Thank you for your insights and actionable recommendations.
As a business leader, I find this book’s timing to be incredible. I’m assigning this as reading for my executive team as we are preparing for strategic sessions on preparing our company for the modern workplace. Radical Adaptability and Collaborate Through Inclusion are just the first 2 Chapters. To have our teams feel engaged with our mission, policies, and resulting culture is essential. Our rapidly changing and competitive world requires insights like I am finding in these first chapters. Congratulations to Keith Ferrazzi, Kian Gohar and Noel Weyrich. I look forward to consuming the rest in the coming days.
Most companies are struggling to think through all the elements of how we reform and perform in this current/post pandemic world. This book provides a blueprint on how to collaborate, build trust, drive creativity and thus innovation and ultimately align your stakeholders (most importantly your employees) on a set of new bold visions for your company. I found this book challenging my thinking, the status quo, my want to stay comfortable using the same old tools and ways of working that allowed me and my teams to survive the past 2+ years. This book is my new north star companion, helping me to not only navigate, but provide a structure to my organization that will enable us to thrive.
Highly recommend this book and its incredible insights into the new age of work. Every entrepreneur and leader can learn a great deal from the authors about how to embrace the new way of managing teams and building effective strategies for growth.
This book is also highly relevant as we shift to remote work and new technologies that have changed how all of us are engaging with our companies and colleagues. As a business owner, it was very relevant for me to prepare for how our workforce has changed since the pandemic.
I understand why it is the best business book of the year. Great value packed with research and relevant date. Great read!
You'd be hard pressed to find a business leader who hasn't droned on about what the post-pandemic world will look like. As a result, there's no shortage of wild guesses, crazy ideas, or worse--delusions that everything will return to the way it was. This book avoids all of that and, instead, offers data-based insights into what the new world of work will look like. It's a refreshing, practical, and incredibly timely.