Team Zebra: how 1500 partners revitalized Eastman Kodak's black & white film-making flow
Team ZebraThe critically acclaimed insider's account of how an American company turned to its people and pulled off "the turnaround of the decade""Team Zebra is a spirited, powerful description of a business snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. Frangos, with a burst of energy, describes the process that moved his team from uncertainty, fear, and distrust, to clarity, confidence, and quick action."—Calhoun Wick, coauthor of The Learning Edge and President of Wick & Company"Team Zebra is a portrayal of how a business transformation was achieved through empowerment. . . . [It] reminds us that the power to succeed lies within our people and the way in which they're inspired, motivated, and included."—John P. McCarthy, Jr., Senior Vice President and Director of Corporate Human Resources, Eastman Kodak Company"Team Zebra is an exhilarating chronicle of a Kodak division's rise from the ashes to the winner's circle. There are important lessons here for every manager."—Jack Zenger, Chairman, Zenger-Miller "Well worthwhile to read, Team Zebra describes a potential model for how an increasing number of organizations will have to look and operate to improve performance. But equally important, Team Zebra also details the behaviors and skills necessary for making such organizations work."—Frank Ostroff, Management Consultant, McKinsey & Company
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Team Zebra: How 1500 Partners Revitalized Eastman Kodak's Black & White Film ...
Stephen J. Frangos
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