If you’re interested in military “intelligence”, or any of the buzzwords like “shared consciousness” and “empowered execution” that are thrown about liberally by the authors, then Team of Teams might appeal to you. Otherwise, this book will read like a boring account of McChrystal’s glory days in the anti-terror task force, which the General tried to superimpose his anecdotes onto the modern business world.
Unfortunately, the authors admitted as much: “This isn’t a scientific study or the result of clinical trials. We don’t claim that these concepts are original nor do we offer findings that are the product of years of study by field experts.”
That pretty much gives you an idea where this is heading.