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Ready to abolish bureaucracy? Formula X is here 📙
About the book
Formula X "how to reach extreme acceleration in your organization" is a business fable about speed, leadership and organizational change. Many organizations struggle to adapt to our fundamentally faster world. For companies and professionals, it often feels like they have to make an ultimate choice: quality or speed. But speed does not have to result in bad work―and Formula 1 motor racing proves this.
Formula X tells the story of Ronald Park, director of a large kitchen manufacturer. He will lose his job if he fails to significantly reduce the delivery time of his kitchens to under two weeks. As he takes up this challenge, he manages to get his organization closer to this goal, step by step. He receives unexpected help from the team captain of a well-known Formula 1 team. But just when Ronald thinks he made it, things change to the worse…
What others say
We have received a several humbling endorsements, like this one:
Formula X reads like an exciting adventure, full of insights for organizations that want to move faster and act more decisively. The key message is that self- managing, multidisciplinary teams, focusing on clear goals and on continuous innovation and value creation, will become winners for the customer. Leaders can take-away a law of nature by understanding how weight and inertia will slow you down, and that diversity, rhythm, and rituals help to make teams stronger and perform better. A good formula for learning organizations in dynamic markets!
— Jeroen Tas - Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer, Philips
Formula X will be in stores soon, and if you order today, not only will you be among the first to own the book, you can also unlock exclusive bonus packages, including the free Ebook before the release date, an online training program, a private video conference with one of the authors and an invite to a meet & greet in NYC.
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