• With the great success of “Lessons from the Monkey King – Leading Change to Create Gorilla Sized Results”, I was requested to write 2 more books of the same style in the series – I’m late!

    The second book is “Team Leadership Lessons from the Great Pyramids – Nurturing Highly Motivated Teams to Do the Impossible”… and it’s not finished… So, I am asking the Community to share their experience and help me write it.

    Here is how it works:

    I will post the first chapter on March 1st at 9am Bali time (GMT +8). Please comment on the chapter, give ideas and personal stories that relate to it. Also, this has some real historical tidbits thrown in with the fun stuff so you can contribute there too.

    ALL contributions will be considered but not all used. If your contribution is used, you will be included in the book credits. The more contributions that are used, the higher your name on the list.

    We will also be having live “Facebook Saturday Brainstorming” on Saturdays (starting March 5th) at 10am Bali time (GMT +8) on the Arthur F Carmazzi Page. Please “Like” this to be in the loop and/or participate

    This entry was posted on Sunday, February 20th, 2011 at 8:11 am and is filed under Arthur Carmazzi. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
  • 9 Comments

    Take a look at some of the responses we've had to this article.

    1. Posted on February 22nd

      I am a faculty in OB /HR and have written books for the subject ,would be happy to partner and contribute.
      Thanks,Regards
      Savitri

    2. Posted on February 22nd

      Hi Arthur,
      Thank you for the invite. A curious case for you will be the Book written by the late CK Prahalad, on ‘Bottom of the Pyramid’.. which is now finding takers everywhere.
      happy to make my own contribution whenever I may be able to add value.

    3. Dr. Karling
      Posted on February 22nd

      Hi!
      Bought your Monkey King e-book. Loved it!

      Sounds interesting and exciting. As a person directly involved in projects & teams, I believe would be interesting to review the chapters and see how it relates to my workplace and my teams

      Looking forward to it, but, not very IT savvy, and thus might need help on how to contribute.

      Rgds,
      Dr. Karling

    4. Ani
      Posted on February 22nd

      Dear Arthur, wishing you success ahead, happy to share my experiences. cheers

    5. ani
      Posted on February 22nd

      I’m an academic at a private university in Malaysia, specialising in hrm/ob-related areas… I hope to be able to contribute, as well as to exprience and learn from experienced writers, like you ……

    6. Laxmikant
      Posted on February 22nd

      Dear Arthur,

      I am not on facebook and may not be. I would be interested to help you in this noble work. I am not sure how I can help but if I can receive material by emails then I can definitely put my views / thoughts / some related experiences for you. It may or may not be used for your work, I know it depends how relevant you feel.

      Wish you best
      regards,
      Laxmikant

    7. Claudete
      Posted on May 25th

      yeah i really liked reading this article.

    8. Abbie
      Posted on June 8th

      Wow! It’s amazing how Arthur Carmazzi manages time to write books. I wish you all the best!

    9. nova group
      Posted on October 14th

      I do trust all of the concepts you’ve presented on your post. They’re really convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are very short for newbies. Could you please prolong them a little from next time? Thank you for the post.

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