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Abraham Lincoln, as Management Guru

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Abraham Lincoln is suddenly America's hottest management guru. Why is that?

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About Collaboration

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I believe that knowledge is everything. Knowledge is ideas. Knowledge is power. Knowledge is hope. 

But only if it is shared and applied.


That is why I created Collaboration on Scoop.it. My personal aim is to provide you with stories you can learn and grow from. The kind of stories that provokes personal reflection and constructive action. 

I'm co-founder of Future Associates, a consultancy that helps visionary companies identify and tackle the big shifts in the world by cultivating the skills, mindsets, and organizational cultures needed to succeed in times of change.


You're welcome to connect via: 

 

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/kennethmikkelsen

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I hope you'll be inspired.

 

Enjoy!

 

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4 Keys To A Corporate Culture That Drives Customer And Organizational Success

4 Keys To A Corporate Culture That Drives Customer And Organizational Success | Collaboration | Scoop.it

An intentionally created corporate culture is the only advantage in business that can't be imitated. Here's why this is true–and how to build a powerful company culture for yourself, in four or so steps.

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Why is a strong corporate culture so hard to copy? In some cases, it’s a lack of knowledge. But the knowledge needed is hardly top secret. So what really protects a company culture from knockoff artists? The answer is your competitors’ entirely predictable inability to focus beyond the short term.

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SOLUTIONS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND COMMON GOOD ALLOVER THE WORLD.

 Kind attention to all Jewish,Christians,Muslims and all other communities in the world Holy Quran is containing of 6666 verses which are dedicated  to angles by God. Out of it 87% of verses are related to Histories of Prophets and Wars , Earthquakes, Floods and Famine which affected the people who were residing at the time of Prophets . Muslims in the world are reciting whole Quran verses  frequently in all the Muslim countries and countries wherein muslims  are residing . they are affecting by  wars , Disasters , Tsunami , Earthquakes , Climate changes , loss of business , terrorism and also creating other problems with other communities  on the reasons that 6666 Quranic verses are handled  by angles in the world in accordance with Quranic Verses 42:51,52 According to Quranic verses 39:17, 18  and 55 , It is revealed  that  whole quran verses cannot be recited except very important verses can be recited towards social justice and common good for the purpose of peace , unity , health , wealth , faith , inter-faith , climate changes , improving business and stopping off disasters and terrorism and accordingly we have posted messages of God and also our research paper at www.goldenduas.com for the same purpose in accordance with all the international laws as follows:   Nowdays, all the governments in the world or collecting huge taxes from tax payers and the same are utilizing for the purpose of peace in the world, but no result. The tax payers are suffering to improve their business and life. The following points may be taken in account to solve all the world challenges and disbute.Proposal to the United Nations relating to International Peace and Security to authorize Under Article 96(2) of the Charter of the United Nations. Hello,Our research report  is in conformity with Under Article 1(1) and 7 of the Charter of United Nations and the same maybe authorized by the General Assembly of the United Nations  in accordance with U/A 96(2) of the present Charter and U/A 2(2), 5(1),6(2),11(2),13(1), 15(1) (a) (c), 16(2) (a),(b),& 18 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on the basis of U/A 33(1), 55(c), 70, 71,73(a) of the present Charter and accordingly  the research paper ought to have been debated with Vatican, World Churches Council, Commission of Churches on International Affairs, Jewish Foundation, Islamic Supreme Councils , researchers of UN and all the International bodies for the following reasons:“Reporting of world peace solutions between Christians,Jews and Muslims in the worldWe are here with attached our research report towards international peace and security for perusal and considerationsSince we are the independent and voluntary  researchers with out dependency of finance either from the government or any other agency, on the reasons that we are following Social Justice and Common Goods - Policy Paper of World Council of Churches and also By-laws of the Commission of the Churches on international affairs. Our researchers mainly follow the principles and rules laid down by the above important policy and rules.Under Articles 2.4, 3.6, 3.10&11, 8.1(b) of the By-laws of the Commission of the Churches on international affairs, we have posted our research report in United Nations Global Compact which containing of solving of problems between Christians, Jews, Muslims and Hindus in the world. In accordance with Articles 3.12 of the above By-Laws, it is a duty of commission of Churches to maintain and provide for the maintenance of contacts with International bodies such as the United Nations and its agencies include regional bodies and other non governmental Organisations, which will assist in the attainment of the aims of the Commission. The matter has being brought it to the notice of the World Churches Council and the Commission of the Churches asked its notice on the matter to the United Nations for your appropriate decisions. ?The World Churches Council Policy Paper on Social Justice and Common Goods is the best policy to the World peace and unity solutions, which has been published on 22 March 2011 and the same is in accordance with Psalm 85. The Church cannot succeed if it, isolates itself, Not only must Christians reach out to Muslims and other faiths in the spirit of ecumenism, but there is a need to embrace other people of different philosophical convictions. This requires ideological tolerance, maturity and self assurance in what one believes in. Such coalition building is made easier by choosing issues that unite organizations and movements and which have less potential causing divisions. At the same time we need an honest and inventive method of dealing with differences. The global movement for economic justice relies considerably on policy analysis and research conducted by hundreds if not thousands of academics researchers and scholars. ?Our consequences of the changing power relations in today's world is that there is more room in the public sphere for the affirmation of collective values and principles, experience proves that an informed public opinion can be powerful today, and can change governments public and international agendas. Again Churches are challenged to make use of this opportunity. They need to read the signs of time and to make their voices heard by responding to peoples cries for justice and dignity, and by speaking truth to the powers- whoever and wherever their may be. ?Christians do not have ready made answers and solutions to propose. The Bible offers guidelines (love, sharing, justice for the poor) but does not defined one "Christian" economy or "Christian" politics. ?Churches and Church related organizations can initiate public debates and largely use media means to reach a broader constituency, furthermore, regional thematic discussions can be facilitated with the ecumenical family. WCC should develop specific analysis depending on the context. ?What are theological implications for commodification common goods? ?How shall we ensure the participation all people in managing common goods in the world? ?How do we deal with power imbalances in the world? ?How can the ecumenical family engage itself effectively and in a coherent and convincing way in addressing global power imbalance? ?How can WCC lead a climate change campaign with social justice as a focus? ?What kind of collective values can be draw for the Churches to guide them in addressing the problem of commodification of common goods? ?The above questions have been answered in our research materials available at http://www.goldenduas.com and alsohttp://www.facebook.com/research of international development solutions and the same are to be discussed by the Churches, public and all its organizations in the interest of public safety, peace, unity, health, wealth, faith, interfaith ?                 Under this circumstances, it is just and necessary that UK, USA, Cambridge, Churches on the International Affairs are requested to accept our research paper and also our research organization as an organization under other faith category to assist the commission to achieve its goal of International Peace and climate changes solutions for the benefit of world community especially Christians, Jewish and Muslims, under the by-law 3.11 of CCIA. In view of the aforementioned submissions in the interest of maintenance of International Peace and Security, UN may be pleased to authorize our organization in the name and style of` Research on International Development Solutions `and also our research report in confirmatory with U/A 96 of the present Charter read with U/A 23 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and thus render Justice.  Now, Palestine Muslims are fighting with Israel , both countries are affected and innocent people are killed frequently which is against the Quranic verses 7:137 & 5:33 that no one can claim Israel Government areas which is a place of Israel People but not Muslim or Christian and they can only Allow worship in the Holy Places of Israel . These facts has not been Discussed for amicable solutions of social justice and common good by United Nations to respect Gods word . It is pertinent to note that why the jewish people are affecting the Muslims is mention the Quran 7:167 ? And the same should be taken into consideration by jewish people in the world in the interest of social justice and common good on the light of the research paper posted  at our website www.goldenduas.com and render justice.  Your successU. Ibrahim Ali,Researcher International Development Solutions
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Technology and the Responsive Organization

How does organizations reshape themselves around technology in order to become responsive organizations?

Presentation by Aaron Dignan. 


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Hacking company culture with Mike Rother

Video with Mike Rother, author of Toyota Kata and co-author of Learning to See, at Lean Summit 2012.

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Mike states that mindset drives the culture and mindset is physiological. If you set a mindset where people are more comfortable with uncertainty, you will develop their thinking agility, hence the organization’s.


HT to Cecil Dijoux for finding this video. Follow Cecil on Twitter here: @cecildjx.

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David Hain's curator insight, September 16, 2:35 AM

Work on the mindset!

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Why Collaboration Often Fails

Why Collaboration Often Fails | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Collaboration is an important part of everyday work life. Yet it surprisingly doesn't always result in the best quality work.

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What's wrong with collaboration? Here are just a few issues you might run into when members of a team put their heads together.

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Stephen Dale's curator insight, September 10, 6:29 AM

Some useful tips to encourage better collaboration. Encouraging to note that the author recommends "alone time", i.e.time to reflect, learn and prepare. Managers need to recognise that not all of the best work is done in teams and through collaboration. Personal knowledge development is so often overlooked. 

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Adoption strategies for building a collaborative culture

Adoption strategies for building a collaborative culture | Collaboration | Scoop.it

You’ve been given the job of making things happen in your collaboration initiative – driving adoption and putting in place the practical strategies to ensure that the initiative is a success. So what next? Where should you be investing your time to maximise your chances of success in the shortest time possible?

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Best practice tips to help you shape and focus your adoption strategy – both from a practical, business change-oriented viewpoint, and also from a technology deployment-focused viewpoint – with real world examples drawn from case study research.

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Avoiding The Digital Dustbin: 4 Ways Collaborative Workspace Drives Innovation

Avoiding The Digital Dustbin: 4 Ways Collaborative Workspace Drives Innovation | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Collaborative workspace has become a crucial spur for innovative thinking and competitive agility. Research from Steelcase confirms 4 innovation drivers that can prevent your company from landing in the digital dustbin.

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Great blog post by Sarah Miller Caldicott. 


I recommend that you follow Sarah on Twitter here: @SarahCaldicott

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Collaborative Leadership

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Managing to Collaborate by Chris Huxham and Siv Vangen pulls out six themes that a reflective practitioner managing collaboration needs to be aware of that exist in any collaborative space.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 17, 2:19 AM

One man's journey towards collaborative leadership.  Useful contribution from Ron Milam.

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How to Avoid Collaboration Fatigue

How to Avoid Collaboration Fatigue | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Collaboration just feels right — like a big hug or a warm puppy.

But collaboration also has an overlooked dark side. 


Picture this: A complex issue is identified. A diverse, cross-functional team is assembled to solve it. Key stakeholders are gathered. Information is collected. Options are debated. Approval is sought. And then… nothing happens. So more information is gathered. More stakeholders are invited. More conference calls are logged. More debate ensues. More approval is sought. Round and round the project goes — when, where, and how somebody will decide, nobody knows.


Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight:

Advise from article: Define the purpose and designate the final decision maker before a project starts.

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Stephen Dale's curator insight, July 15, 7:17 AM

In order to avoid multiple iterations for consultation and collaboration, be clear from the start on two critical points:

 

What is the project’s purpose? 

Who will make the decision?

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Structuring a New Collaborative Culture

Structuring a New Collaborative Culture | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Collaboration is crucial in creative ventures, yet building a culture that allows it to flourish can be tricky - particularly in traditional, hierarchically minded organizations. But with a little tweaking, any space has the potential to become a hotbed of connected thinking. 

Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight:

As Rosie Manning learned recently, true collaboration thrives in an environment built on trust, openness, and flexibility.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 4, 12:50 PM

The idea that we remove assumptions proposes communicating: talking and listening.

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Culture as Competitive Advantage


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5 People Who Destroy Your Culture

5 People Who Destroy Your Culture | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Keeping around any employee who is a bad culture fit can destroy your team's working environment. If people think bad or counterproductive behavior is acceptable they will imprint on this and either start acting badly themselves or want to leave the company to work in a more positive environment.

Here are some of the typical types of people who can hurt your culture:


1. The Jerk

2.  The Whiner

3. Credit Taker

4. Charming Do Nothing

5. Loyalty Monger


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A Fragmented Corporate Culture is the Villain of the Piece

A Fragmented Corporate Culture is the Villain of the Piece | Collaboration | Scoop.it

The truth remains that really breaking down silos is very hard; particularly at companies as large and rich in deeply entrenched traditions.


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9 Steps To Corporate Culture-Change

9 Steps To Corporate Culture-Change | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Here’s a cultural change checklist for leaders: a quick list of what is required if you want to guide your company culture to a high and sustainable level of customer-centricity and customer experience excellence.


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It's a fine list, but I miss the starting point for creating a sustainable corporate culture: A company's purpose. Start by defining WHY your company exists. 


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Stephen Dale's curator insight, September 29, 5:30 AM

An informed list, but sadly I wonder how many corporates do all of this - especially no 9.

 

Reading time: 6 mins

Jacob M Engel's curator insight, Today, 6:49 AM

Always ask the why! 

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The Pixar Way: 37 Quotes on Developing and Maintaining a Creative Company

In his book, Creativity, Inc., Ed Catmull shares his experience as a manager of Pixar, one of the world’s most famous creative animation studios. More than that, Ed offers a number of starting points to help those that wish to work in an environment that fosters creativity and problem solving, to create it.

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How to Bring Sustainable Change to Your Organizational Culture

How to Bring Sustainable Change to Your Organizational Culture | Collaboration | Scoop.it

The reality is that true culture change is hard and it requires sustained effort to have any chance of success.


Most efforts will fail and will not include work that covers the four insights about how cultures evolve. It’s typically due to broad-based action versus initial focus on a specific business priority, challenge, or goal in order to deliver results.

Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight:

Culture is a hot topic and it’s all over the popular press whether it’s guidance on “creating” a great culture orcoverage of the latest culture crisis. Unfortunately there’s a massive gap between the 86% of executives that think culture is critical to business success and the 51% of employees that think their “culture needs a major overhaul“ (Strategy& global assessment). This gap is further supported by the 13% of employees that are engaged (Gallup) and the 30% of employees that identify with their organization’s purpose (Deloitte).

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Authentis Formations's curator insight, September 16, 2:58 AM

Mettre en place ou faire évoluer une culture d'entreprise n'est pas si simple...

Jacob M Engel's curator insight, September 16, 8:25 AM

Very insightful and a must read for all change agents.

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Why Social Media Will Fundamentally Change Business

Why Social Media Will Fundamentally Change Business | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Social media is still new enough that many executives wonder what, if any, long-lasting impact it will have on how business is conducted. Is it worth jumping on the bandwagon? Or conversely, is it wiser not to jump, but to wait until there’s greater clarity on whether social is here to stay?


Both these questions have a one-word answer.


Jump.


Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight:

Social media technologies may be particularly disruptive for business, because they undermine some of the key reasons why companies survive or thrive. One of the key competitive resources for modern organizations is knowledge, and knowledge integration — the ability to combine, exchange and integrate the diverse knowledge of its employees — is a key function in any firm. Getting people to coordinate knowledge and cooperate on a common task is inherently difficult, and the firm has been the best mechanism for enabling the type of collaboration essential to create, store and apply valuable knowledge.

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antonio velardo's curator insight, September 9, 9:14 AM

You can wait around to see how social media is evolving business or you can realize that it is and decide to jump in and help mold how it affects your business specifically. 

Stephen Dale's curator insight, September 15, 5:25 AM

I'm not sure I entirely agree with the author in saying that social, media is still relatively new. In these fast-moving times, something that has been around for over 10 years should hardly be considered new. However, the author correctly states that Social media technologies are (still) particularly disruptive for business, and that managers are (still) largely distrustful of technologies that might encourage non-work related activities. For the more informed and forward-thinking oorganizations there is the realisation that social media is the conduit that will encourage knowledge, sharing and knowledge integration. They will ultimately be the survivors in this game. 

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Shaping a Successful Culture? You Start With Purposeful Leadership

Shaping a Successful Culture? You Start With Purposeful Leadership | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Culture is a powerful force and culture-shaping efforts fail for many key reasons. But what makes them succeed? What makes some culture-change efforts successful where others become simply another “flavor of the week” training session that never translates into real change?

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To be personally engaged in leading culture change, the CEO must:

  • Work on leadership behaviors that they need to shift in themselves and then show up differently to the organization;
  • Lead his or her senior team through culture-shaping sessions and activities before any other teams take part;
  • Take ownership of the work on defining the desired and needed culture and clarifying the organization’s purpose
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The Innovation Steering Committee as a Guiding Coalition to Change Culture

The Innovation Steering Committee as a Guiding Coalition to Change Culture | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Today, meetings consume close to 40-50% of executive time. That’s 100 days per year! By some measures 80% of meeting time could be better invested in closing business, developing talent, recruiting new customers, conceiving new products or improving operations – just about anything other than gathering for another conversation without productive outcomes.

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Invest in Your Network and Your Network Will Invest in You

Invest in Your Network and Your Network Will Invest in You | Collaboration | Scoop.it

More than ever, your network is the most valuable asset you have. So then why has “networking” become a dirty word? Why do we envision sleazy conference goers or slick salesmen when we think of networking?


In this 99U talk, hacker and author Joshua Klein shares how technology and growing “black markets” are optimizing our world for relationships. But building authentic relationships takes work. As a result, we need to be generous with our talents and time and invest in those around us (and then they’ll invest in us). 


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Networking in an authentic way requires guts, time, and, well, being human.

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Stakeholder Mapping for Collaboration

Stakeholder Mapping for Collaboration | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Collaboration is an important factor for successful innovation and change. Indeed, collaboration is an imperative for most organizations today, including any organization undergoing change. Innovation requires collaboration between individuals, as well as systemic forms of collaboration that span silos, networks and surprising connections. And yet collaboration cannot be mandated. Collaboration just doesn’t work like that.



Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight:

Current stakeholder mapping tools do not include the diversity needed for collaboration. Try an alternative stakeholder map that gives everyone a role.

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Claude Emond's comment, July 14, 9:13 AM
Most stakeholder «management» tools and techniques are based on measuring (whatever it means) Power and Influence. This is mostly done without open discussion with the stakeholders and highly manipulative in its intent. It does not either consider meta game and alliance among unlikely collaborators. The model you found, Kenneth is thus a pace towards a better way, something that «engage» stakeholders instead of «managing/trying to manipulate» them. Thanks a lot :)
Claude Emond's curator insight, July 14, 9:20 AM

Most stakeholder «management» tools and techniques are based on measuring (whatever it means) Power and Influence. This is mostly done without open discussion with the stakeholders and highly manipulative in its intent. It does not either consider meta game and alliance among unlikely collaborators. This model is thus a pace towards a better way, something that «engage» stakeholders instead of «managing/trying to manipulate» them.

Frank J. Papotto, Ph.D.'s curator insight, July 15, 1:36 PM

Collaboration is an organizational necessity; effective organizations excel at and continuously strive to improve it

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Learning Collaboration from Tiki-Taka Soccer

Learning Collaboration from Tiki-Taka Soccer | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Companies that want to survive in today’s fiercely competitive economy must continuously strive to stay a step ahead of rivals.  They cannot do this by using only the resources of their leaders; they must harness all the collective intelligence that surrounds them.


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Business can learn five lessons about using swarm intelligence from soccer teams using the tiki-taka style.

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The Paying-It-Forward Payoff

The Paying-It-Forward Payoff | Collaboration | Scoop.it

You scratch my back, and I’ll scratch yours. But if you scratch my back, am I any more likely to scratch someone else’s?

Most of us are familiar with direct reciprocity – the idea that people respond to kind actions directed toward them with other kind actions. But generalized reciprocity — “you help me and I help someone else” can be a bit trickier to measure. New research, however, shows that it might be possible for companies to encourage such generosity among employees.


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Uncovering what drives a culture of collaboration….A fine blog post by Gretchen Gavett. 


Follow her on Twitter: @gretchenmarg.

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The Collaboration Paradox: Why Working Together Often Yields Weaker Results

The Collaboration Paradox: Why Working Together Often Yields Weaker Results | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Paul McCartney and John Lennon were not psychologists. But their approach to collaboration highlights many of the recommendations experts are now offering organizations for making groups more effective.


McCartney excelled at melody, Lennon at lyrics. His songs were uplifting, Lennon’s had an edge. McCartney was left-handed and, importantly, Lennon was not. Playing together, they each benefited from seeing a song’s chord progression reflected back at them, making it easier to improvise notes that fit the scale.


The lesson: Collaborations are most effective when teammates complement rather than replicate one another’s abilities. Skill duplication leads to power struggles.

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The Chaos of Change: 3 Keys to Leading Through Transitions

The Chaos of Change: 3 Keys to Leading Through Transitions | Collaboration | Scoop.it

We all know managing change is never easy, but you can do a better job of leading during transitions by tapping the strengths of the existing culture.

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In their article, Aguirre and Alpern offer 10 guiding principles to help leaders overcome these obstacles. Here are three of them:


1. Leverage the strengths of the existing culture.

2. Involve every layer of the organization.

3. Find the informal leaders.

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Digital Enterprises

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Digital Enterprises | Collaboration | Scoop.it

To stay competitive, companies must stop experimenting with digital and commit to transforming themselves into full digital businesses. Here are seven habits that successful digital enterprises share. 

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