Book Analysis Paper This paper will focus on some of the key concepts of the book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni. In this paper, you will need to discuss issues related to the book and discussion topics. What I’m looking for: o Summarize key concepts of the book. o Use the key concepts you recognize and provide further insight about how those concepts affect business communication-either positively or negatively. o Detailed and specific references to characters, situations, or relationships. o Critique the author’s position – what is Lencioni’s position on leadership and teams? o Provide an analysis of how Lencioni’s ideas would work with you. How do you see yourself in the situation? How would these ideas work with your present or potential team? o Display your ability to make relevant connections among the book, you, and the business community. Things to think about: o What does the author say about group dynamics? What point is the author trying to make? o What do you think he wants businesses to do? o Will these ideas work in all situations in business? o Why is this an important book to read? What value does this book have to businesses and business communication? o What do you think of the notion, discussed in class, about being flexible or adaptable in trying to achieve personal/individual or team goals? o The good of the many outweighs the good of the one. OR The good of the one outweighs the good of the many. Draw a comparison between one of these statements and the book. Evaluation: Be sure that your paper: C – displays correct language usage, spelling, mechanics O – displays a logical organizational pattern (most important to least important or vise versa; order of importance) and provides clear and sophisticated transitions (these should go beyond such things as first, second, third…) M – covers the material necessary (provides enough detail and explanation) to make your views and analysis clearly understood. E – displays expression (word usage, sentence structure, and paragraph development) that reflects, at least, upper college level writing.