Stop Wasting Money on Team Building


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It occurred to us that their failure to collaborate was, ironically, a function of their excelling at the jobs they were hired to do and of management reinforcing that excellence.
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24 days ago by kaliatech
It occurred to us that their failure to collaborate was, ironically, a function of their excelling at the jobs they were hired to do and of management reinforcing that excellence. Collaboration, on the other hand, was an idealized but vague goal with no concrete terms or rules. What’s more, collaboration was perceived as messy. It diluted accountability and offered few tangible rewards.
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8 weeks ago by craniac
FREDERICK FLORIN/Staff/Getty Images Most corporate team building is a waste of time and money. I say this based on my 25+ years of research and practice in the…
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8 weeks ago by matthew.mccullough
Mars High Performance Collaboration Framework
9 weeks ago by davidmojo
"quality collaboration does not begin with relationships and trust; it starts with a focus on individual motivation

"team members felt the most clarity about their individual objectives, and felt a strong sense of ownership for the work they were accountable for.

"...to make collaboration clear, specific, and compelling — to make collaboration something to be achieved. At the core of this framework are two questions to pose to any team. The first: Why is their collaboration essential to achieving their business results? And second: What work, which specific tasks, would require collaboration to deliver those results?
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9 weeks ago by tom.reeder
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9 weeks ago by aebraddy
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9 weeks ago by farley13
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9 weeks ago by pricepoints