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Responsive book


Responsive

What It Takes to Create a Thriving Organization

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Responsive book


Responsive

What It Takes to Create a Thriving Organization

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Is Your Organization Built To Thrive?

Responsive isn’t just a business book. It is a choose-your-own adventure guide to the future of work.

Robin Zander shares stories ranging from Navy SEALs in Iraq to technology giants experimenting in Silicon Valley, from the inner workings of a sex cult to how a group of anonymous activists can change politics.

In Responsive: What It Takes to Create a Thriving Organization, Zander has distilled tactics from forward-thinking practitioners, including:

  • Charles Best (CEO of Donorschoose.org)
  • Stanley McChrystal (United States Army general, retired, author Team of Teams)
  • Gayle Karen Young (former Head of People and Talent at Wikimedia)
  • Adam Pisoni (founder Yammer, Abl Schools)

You will meet boundary-pushing companies like:

  • The Morning Star Company
  • Buffer
  • Culture Amp
  • Wikipedia
  • General Electric
  • Three Stone Hearth
  • Zappos
  • Robin’s Cafe

Learn to keep pace and thrive in the Future of Work.

 
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About the Author


A Book by Robin Peter Zander

About the Author


A Book by Robin Peter Zander

 

About the Author

Robin Zander is an author, strategist, and performance coach. With a diverse background ranging from management consulting to the circus, he has spent his life working with individuals and organizations to maximize potential.

Zander runs the consulting company Spring Space, speaks and leads groups internationally, and hosts the podcast, The Robin Zander Show, where he interviews exceptional performers to understand how to accelerate learning.

He is the owner of Robin’s Café – a Responsive café in the heart of the Mission District in San Francisco.

Founder and director of the Responsive Conference, he has spent the last three years interviewing experts to distill tactics that allow organizations to thrive.