A guide to effective (not excessive) collaboration | The JotForm Blog
... (or delegation), it helps to know where everyone’s expertise lies.
Make sure your employees get to know each other, whether that happens through group lunches, coffee breaks, or informal social events. This also builds trust — a vital element for successful collaboration.
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Employees can share resources, swap perspectives, and boost each other’s creativity.
Collaboration allows us to capitalize on the collective knowledge and expertise of our people, while breaking down intra-company silos.
Collaborations can be unproductive, time-wasting, and a strain on top employees.
Collaborative organizational structure can drain people’s time and resources, wherein employees are “emailed to death and meetinged to death."
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