The Red Rubber Ball at Work: Elevate Your Game Through the Hidden Power of Play

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 9, 2008 - Business & Economics - 160 pages

Put play in your work as you improve on:

  • Innovation: Create better products and services
  • Problem-Solving: Tag-team responsibility and collaborate on solutions
  • Motivation: Build creative excitement at every level
  • Risk-Taking: Push new ideas to their limits
  • Ingenuity: Reward the “a-ha!” ideas and drive progress forward
  • Team-Building: Find new ways to share solutions and forge new ones
 

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Book relates stories of how acomplished people used what they learned playing as children to build theire careers as adults. There is no helpful advice here. What if you didn't use your creativity as ... Read full review

The red rubber ball at work: elevate your game through the hidden power of play

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Carroll's diminuitive Rules of the Red Rubber Ball was more a gift book than one for library shelves. Then came his Dr. Seuss-sized What's Your Red Rubber Ball?! Professional speaker and "agent for ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
1
Innovation
6
Results
40
Team Work
64
Leadership
96
Curiosity
130
The Last Word
162
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About the author (2008)

Kevin Carroll is founder of the Katalyst Consultancy and former Head Athletic Trainer for the Philadelphia 76ers. He speaks fifty times a year and consults with industry leaders at Nike, Disney/ESPN, Gap/Old Navy, Hasbro, Proctor & Gamble, and Capital One.

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