The Culture Game: Tools for the Agile Manager

| by Daniel Mezick Follow 0 Followers on Oct 22, 2012

About the Author

Dan Mezick is an authority on culture, self-management and self-organizing teams. He is an adviser and consultant to teams and organizations seeking great results. An expert on culture design and business agility, Dan speaks frequently at industry conferences on culture change, organizational learning, and teamwork. Dan's organization New Technology Solutions provides training, consulting and coaching to businesses of all sizes that are seeking more business agility. Dan Mezick is available to address your group meeting with keynote sessions, seminars and workshops. Call or write to arrange speaking engagements. You can reach Dan as follows: Dan Mezick 203 915 7248


THE CULTURE GAME is your tutorial and reference guide for creating lasting business agility in your organization. This is the handbook for managers who want to rapidly develop a culture of learning inside their teams. THE CULTURE GAME book provides you with specific tools and techniques to help your teams (and the entire enterprise) rapidly respond to change. THE CULTURE GAME describes 16 patterns of team-learning behavior, distilled from Agile software development. This book provides the tools to socialize these ideas throughout your organization. THE CULTURE GAME book is your tutorial and reference guide for scaling the Agile mindset from software teams to the wider enterprise.

 This 70 page mini-book is excerpted from the full book, The Culture Game (Freestanding Press. May, 2012) and is available through Amazon in either print or Kindle editions. This free mini-book edition introduces Tribal Learning and presents the patterns and practices that will help teams become skilled at learning as a group. Specifically, you will learn:

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Table of Contents

  • Table of Sidebars
  • Table of Figures
  • Foreword
  • Part One: Preliminaries

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 
  • Chapter 3 - Tribal Learning Overview
  • Part Two: Tribal Learning Patterns and Practices

  • Chapter 6 - Introducing the Practices
  • Chapter 10 - Be Punctual
  • Chapter 12 - Announce Your Intent