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Collaboration: It’s about people and processes

Collaboration: It’s about people and processes | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

We shouldn’t make the mistake of believing that collaboration is about information. Better access to more information doesn’t improve productivity unless it enables business activities that weren’t possible before (e.g., analytics) or accelerates existing activities.

 

Real collaboration is about improving the processes that people use to get their jobs done.

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Change: Viral Business Transformation Through Stories

Change: Viral Business Transformation Through Stories | Success Leadership | Scoop.it


 

Change is in the air and oh, how I love this article about a newer model for getting organizational change done -- Viral Change!

 

When a company starts working with stories, it requires re-thinking current models because the dynamics of storytelling (i.e memory, simulation, conversation, listening, sharing, ethics, etc.) demand different models and implementation strategies. 


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Karen Dietz's comment, March 1, 2012 11:41 AM
Thank you for re-scooping the article! Have a great weekend coming up :)
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When Collaboration Doesn’t Work

When Collaboration Doesn’t Work | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Stop bowing at the altar of collaboration. It’s usually better to work with others – to collaborate. But, collaboration isn’t always useful or necessary. Collaboration can be cumbersome...
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Six Key Collaborative Competencies

Successful collaboration within a larger business operation, is often hard to achieve, due to the lack of understanding amongst managers, as to the difference between team work and collaboration.

 

As collaboration requires agreement and co-operation that crosses functional boundaries, it differs markedly in the competencies required to be executed, as distinct from those required to executed in effective teamwork.

 

This excellent article explains exactly what collaberation is and lists the six key competencies that must be developed for collaberation in any undertaking to succeed.


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