Tag Archives: Collaboration

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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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“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, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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