Book Review: Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

Recently, I attended a book club gathering at a local marketing firm where we reviewed a business book called Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, and on top of geeking out on marketing topics, they also provided a nice spread of appetizers along with beer and wine. What is there not to like about this type of event? Now, unless you’re a solopreneur, you’re most likely working on a team of any kind – small or big. But even if you’re a solopreneur, you still have to work and collaborate with other groups which makes the book of this content useful to anyone. As an ice breaker, o...
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3 Startup Day Reflections on Community

Over 15 years ago, our co-founders, Tony Chu and Kevin Liang, decided that they would make the leap into the scary, yet exciting startup world. Over the weekend, as the newly appointed online community manager who’s interested in this new “world,” I attended my first Startup Day (Twitter: @startupday) in Seattle, WA, where I had the opportunity to hear 16 amazing 20-minute talks from extremely bright entrepreneurs including the keynote speaker, Eric Ries (On Twitter: @ericries), author of the new entrepreneur book called The Lean Start Up: How Today’s Entrepreneur Use Continuous Innovation...
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