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In my last post a couple of weeks back I had talked about context for collaboration. As they say – asking the right question is half the answer. The ‘aha’ moment for us was when we worked our way to this question – How do we bring context to the collaboration that we need to do. Some sort of guided collaboration to help keep our focus on work on hand, keep the ball moving forward on to the next step, help us work together better?
Collaborating at work is nothing new. We have always been collaborating and interacting at work. Why? There are many reasons. Depending on what we are working on, collaborating may provide us different perspectives to a problem that we may be focused on. It helps inform, refine and improve our decisions and response. We learn from each other. Helps us reduce errors. Costs. Time. The need for collaborating at work is well established.