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Disagree And Commit- A Management Principle For Highly Functioning Teams: Tom Tunguz
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Disagree And Commit- A Management Principle For Highly Functioning Teams: Tom Tunguz
Disagree and commit. I first read about this idea in the 2016 Amazon Shareholders letter. But the idea can be traced back to Andy Grove at Intel. Grove wrote about this topic in High Output Management. Disagree and commit is a management technique for handling conflict. There are two parts to it. First, expecting and demanding teammates to voice their disgreement. Second, no matter their point of view, once a decision has been made, everyone commits to its success.

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