“It is the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) that those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” – Charles Darwin
We all have an agenda, and mine today is to persuade decision makers that collaboration is something they should champion.
The business value of collaboration
isn’t up for discussion anymore, it has been proven again and again. Plus, innovation (all types of it
) and collaboration go hand in hand — and we all know that in the current world, businesses either innovate or perish.
So, if we all agree that collaboration is a key practice, why are so many leaders afraid of committing to it? Why don’t they put a ring on it?
Simple. They see it as a risky game, instead of an enjoyable and, most of all, highly enriching one. To overcome this, and feel secure, they need to understand its ground rules, but first…