Friday, May 16, 2008
One Fish, Two Fish
I read this book last night as part of a team building exercise that my marketing team is undertaking right now at work. We have been one of the top marketing teams in our company for the past 2 years, but we're being brought down by "global" negativity and "divisionwide" infrastructure actions that are aimed at disciplining and correcting a few, while affecting the whole. If we are to stay the strongest team, then we have to do that for ourselves and let all the rest just come out in the wash. This book was really cute and really positive, and I look forward to implementing a lot of the tools and "ingredients" for creating a better and more enjoyable work environment. It's all about choices, and I choose to be better.