Why silos don’t work

A leadership fable about destroying the barriers that turn colleagues into competitors

Pat Lencioni the editor of Silos, Politics and Turf Wars tackles a prominent symptom of corporate frustration: silos, the invisible barriers that separate work teams, departments and divisions, causing people who are supposed to be on the same team to work against one another. According to Pat, silos—and the turf wars they enable—devastate organizations by wasting resources, killing productivity and jeopardizing results.

Silos, Politics, and Turf Wars provide leaders with powerful advice on how to eliminate the structural obstacles that derail organizations. Urging leaders to provide a compelling context for their employees to work together, Pat Lencioni’s model gives leaders a simple tool for enabling clarity, unity and alignment in their organizations.

Timeless management literature published in 2006. ISBN 9788126508563