The Tribes Casebook was written (or cheered on) by more than 3,000 people. Each case had a lead author, and the community at www.triiibes.com contributed advice,
examples and encouragement. The site is by invitation only and currently closed, but the content is yours to play with.
Click on an author’s name to find out more. Feel free to email this or post this or print it. But please don’t sell it or change it.
ABOUT THE COVER: These hard-working firefighters are taking a well-deserved break from a training session. The house behind them was abandoned and is part of
an exercise. The tribe of firemen (volunteer and professional) is essential to the well-being of our communities, and if it weren’t for tribal behavior, there’s just no way
we’d have enough firemen. See details here: http://flickr.com/photos/oldonliner/1485881035/
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ere’s a lot here. Big ideas, small ideas. Useful case studies, irrelevant asides. Links to fascinating information and black holes
and time wasters. Of course, different people will have different judgments about what’s what, so we left it all here. You decide.
is book was written by a group, and edited by them as well. It contains the hard work of dozens of people, assisted by
hundreds of volunteers and watched by thousands. Feel free to dig in and visit the links and explore.
If you want to know more about what this is all about, consider:
An overview of Tribes, the book and the idea.
58 books you might want to check out.
e triiibe’s list of tactics.
anks for reading. Have fun.
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Tribes You Don’t Want to Belong to
Sometimes, you don’t get to choose the tribes that you belong to. ey choose you, and there’s nothing you can do about it.
I’m a member of one of those tribes. It’s