Posts Tagged ‘ Collaboration ’

Jessica Soroky Guest Post #24: If You Don’t Stand for Something, You Will Fall for Anything
Stand for Something When I kick off product teams, one of the many things I do with them is play a game called Product Tree. Product Tree is a game created by Luke Hohmann (Innovation Games®) where you use a metaphor of a tree to envision the different aspects of a team or product. You start by drawing a big...

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Posted on 02/19/2014 01:21 am | No Comments
 
Leadership Skills: How is Your Collaborative Mindset?
Are you part of a team at work? Do you want that teamwork to be more successful, or easier, or less stressful? Then put yourself to the test and see if you're ready to succeed in today's team-driven workplace. Succeeding with and through teams, partnerships, and other collaborations is paramount in today's workplace. Check the following 12 statements. See if...

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Posted on 09/30/2013 01:00 am | 2 Comments
 
Collaboration: It’s Not About Being Right or Wrong
Collaboration Is Not About Being Right or Wrong Some people exhibit such a need to be right that they can't stand evidence to the contrary. Do you work with someone like that? These are the folks who work overtime to prove others wrong and disparage anyone who has a different point of view. This type of communication stance makes team...

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Posted on 01/29/2012 08:48 pm | 4 Comments
 
Teamwork Basics: Creating Positive Interdependence in Groups
"Outcome interdependence" (i.e., linked fates or the feeling of being in the same boat together) -- not interpersonal attraction or the quality and quantity of communication -- is the number-one predictor of group cohesion and thus high-performance teamwork. In general, managers and leaders foster way too many feelings of negative interdependence in their organizations. That is an unintended consequence of...

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Posted on 10/18/2010 01:01 am | 5 Comments
 
Agility and The Shocking Truth about Getting the Plan Right
If you care about adding value at work, invest  7 valuable minutes in this TED video... Some questions I'm asking... Is "agility" more about process and tools, or thinking and learning? Is "perfecting the plan" a learned assumption? And if so, what are the sources for this learning? How do you expose and challenge your hidden assumptions? I'd love to...

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Posted on 05/26/2010 11:10 am | 1 Comment
 
 
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