Wishlist
Add items to wish list
0
My order

Взаємодія з ворогом. Як працювати з людьми, які не викликають ні довіри, ні симпатій

In stock
SKU: 9786177965076
€5
Sign in
to add this item to wishlist

Features
Author Adam Kahane
Translator Dmytro Kozhedub
Видавництво Лабораторія
Publication date 2020
Print length 160
Ілюстрації Black & white
ISBN 978-617-7965-07-6
Мова видання Ukrainian
Cover Paperback
Dimensions 145х215 mm

Pickup from our bookstores is free.

Delivery by "Nova Poshta" across Ukraine is from UAH 50.

Delivery by "Ukrposhta" in Ukraine is according to the operator's tariffs.

More information about Delivery.

 

 

  •  payment on the website via LiqPay
  • in cash upon pickup from the bookstore

 

We're trying to get something done that matters to us. To do this, we need to work with others. But these others include people we don't agree with or like or trust, so working with them seems impossible--like collaborating with the enemy. What can we do?

International consultant Adam Kahane, whose work has been praised by Nobel Peace Prize winners Nelson Mandela and Juan Manuel Santos, has faced this challenge many times in working on significant issues, like economic restructuring, climate change, and civil war, and on ordinary issues within organizations and families. He has come to understand that everything we think we know about collaboration--that it requires a harmonious team that agrees on where it's going and how it's going to get there--is wrong. On the contrary, the only way to get things done with diverse others is to abandon harmony, agreement, and control and to learn to work with discord, experimentation, and genuine cocreation.

Kahane proposes a new approach to collaboration--stretch collaboration--built on this insight. He offers examples of how he's helped people apply it in challenging situations worldwide. This approach requires stepping forward with openness and commitment, as in the words of poet Antonio Machado, "Walker, there is no path. The path is made by walking."

As our societies have become more polarized and globalized and our organizations have become less hierarchical, more of us need to collaborate across more heterogeneous groups than ever before. This means that we often face situations where conventional collaboration does not work. Kahane's book offers a proven and practical approach to completing things in complex and conflictual contexts. It could not be more timely.

Sign in with
Rate this item
Send
Up