The Failure Of Collaboration

Companies don’t fail at collaboration because not enough people will cooperate with one another. They fail when people work too closely in certain teams, functions, or departments without any regard for the rest of the organization.

Certainly my observation. And I think it will continue as long as organizations are managed in silos, teams are matched against teams and goals given to suit individuals - not ‘the good’ of the organization.

[ Source : Stowe Boyd ]


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