Here’s the one reason companies fail at collaboration

Fail at collaboration

A mini-rant on failing at collaboration:

Start with Harvard Business Review doing a review of several silo-and-collaboration focused books:

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.

154 times over yes.

Phrased another way:

Collaboration’s a huge — maybe the biggest — buzzword out there in the business space. But you can do it right if you think about it a little bit differently.


Ted Bauer