The Moonshot Effect: Disrupting Business as Usual

The Moonshot Effect Disrupting Business as Usual What s the best way to transform teams elevate leaders and catapult careers Launch a Moonshot a game changing project that disrupts business as usual Drawing on the seminal Moonshot story of Pre

  • Title: The Moonshot Effect: Disrupting Business as Usual
  • Author: Kate Purmal Lisa Goldman
  • ISBN: 9780972964319
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What s the best way to transform teams, elevate leaders and catapult careers Launch a Moonshot a game changing project that disrupts business as usual Drawing on the seminal 1961 Moonshot story of President Kennedy as well as real life stories from the authors work, The Moonshot Effect steps you through the elements of a successful moonshot, from assembling a high perWhat s the best way to transform teams, elevate leaders and catapult careers Launch a Moonshot a game changing project that disrupts business as usual Drawing on the seminal 1961 Moonshot story of President Kennedy as well as real life stories from the authors work, The Moonshot Effect steps you through the elements of a successful moonshot, from assembling a high performance team, selling your vision and executing the plan The Moonshot Effect is a must read for leaders and includes 24 critical practices that are not only essential to leading and managing a successful moonshot, but can benefit executives and entrepreneurs on a daily basis With Lisa and Kate as your guides, you ll be ready to launch your own moonshot Kate Purmal and Lisa Goldman were members of extraordinary moonshot teams early in their careers and have since inspired, led or guided countless moonshot projects Today, they speak and write about the power of moonshots and challenge CEOs, leaders and their teams to launch projects that will transform their businesses and careers.

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    1. A boring powerpoint stretched into a book. I was expecting to be inspired but was instead bored to death. I only read 20% of this so it might redeem itself but I doubt it.

    2. I’d recommend the first quarter of this book if you’re looking for a bit of inspiration and some unique perspective and tips for shooting big.However, be a bit forewarned that there is some questionable advice, such as the cheap and deceitful tactic: “Call an emergency meeting. Using the term emergency implants urgency from the inception of the project.”Early on, you’ll also find that behind the thesis is that in order for your moonshot to be successful, you need be good at running a s [...]

    3. This is one of these books with x steps to great success, in this instance realizing dreams and ambitious projects. I just did not like the writing too much and the style in general. It was hard for me to get something out, which I can apply to my daily lives, but this is a personal opinion. Not everyone wants to pursue such lofty goals.2 star rating at state 'it was ok', and that it was.

    4. I didn't learn anything new that I haven't already heard. It is good for anyone that has never lead people. Excellent book for those in education. The information is presented using the moon landing project as the example.

    5. I won a copy of this book during a giveaway. I am under no obligation to leave a review or rating and do so voluntarily. I am paying it forward by passing this book along to a business organization that offers business skills, hope, and dreams to be used in their ministry.

    6. Great book for people who want to advance their careers. This book has received a lot of great reviews from CEO's. It is also a must read for people who want to be leaders.

    7. I received this book free from Giveaway. I was somewhat disappointing that this book was not what I expected. I had thought it would be a great read since I am a small business owner. However, the book is more geared toward CEOs and boardroom conversations. I found that 99% of it did not pertain to me, which was a let down because the book blurb had me under the impression it would be a good book for anyone in the business community. Skip this one unless you are a CEO or frequent your company's [...]

    8. This is truly a transformation book. Whether you manage a team of 5 or 50, you will learn new and innovate ways to inspire and grow your personal career and business.I look forward to sharing the ideas presented in this valuable book with my colleagues.I received this book in a Giveaway. The choice to read and review it was mine.

    9. (3.5) a lot of good management tips/advice, kind of shoehorned into the moonshot conceit.Highlight for me was the section on giving praise. There are multiple levels of it, and the important part is to convey the impact that the praiseworthy action has had (on yourself, level 3; or on wider company/society/the world, level 4).

    10. I received this book from the First Reads in exchange for an honest review.I was disappointed in this book and the limited audience that it was set for. Upon first picking up this book I thought I might find it beneficial, or at least be able to walk away from it with a slightly better insight and knowledge, yet this book failed to deliver that. This book isn't the greatest pick for people who are inspired to be business owners or entrepreneurs, but for people who are already at the top, in a s [...]

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