Smaller is Better: Using Small Autonomous Teams to Drive the Future of Enterprise

Smaller is Better: Using Small Autonomous Teams to Drive the Future of Enterprise

by Brady Brim-DeForest
Smaller is Better: Using Small Autonomous Teams to Drive the Future of Enterprise

Smaller is Better: Using Small Autonomous Teams to Drive the Future of Enterprise

by Brady Brim-DeForest

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Overview

Small is the next big thing.

When working for a large organization, weeks can pass before leadership makes important decisions that affect you and your team. Meanwhile, you're on the hook to deliver products that don't actually serve the customer-products you know you could improve, if given the opportunity.

After years of consulting for Fortune 1000 companies, Brady Brim-DeForest understands the drawbacks of working in giant, siloed environments. His book, Smaller is Better, shows you how to use the small, empowered teams model to radically recharge your workplace, make better products, and deliver a phenomenal customer experience. All with better employee engagement and retention!

Smaller is Better uses real-world examples of companies who have saved billions and shaved years off their development cycles through small teams. Discover how to form nimble, autonomous teams, optimize them for mission, and scale across your organization. Improve both innovation and delivery while amping up customer satisfaction. Best of all, learn ways to get full buy-in from company leaders-and how you can "start small" today, with or without C-suite support.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798989687305
Publisher: Micrometer Press
Publication date: 03/12/2024
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Serial entrepreneur Brady Brim-DeForest is CEO of Formula.Monks, the technology solutions division of Media.Monks, which transforms the world's most ambitious companies with AI. He has co-founded six successful startups, closed sales worth over $250 million, and helped global, monolithic organizations reorganize for innovation.An in-demand mentor, speaker, and writer on AI, innovation, entrepreneurship, and diversity, Brady has more than 20 years of experience in product design, brand strategy, and startup management. He is a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, among others. He currently resides in Texas.
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