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Do You Know When Not to Collaborate?

If the ability to hold two opposing ideas at the same time is the sign of a great mind then Morten Hansen’s work is well worth reading. Early in his book, called Collaboration, he calculates how improved collaboration could increase Return on Equity by as much as 25% within a large organization.

Quickly after that he calls for ‘disciplined collaboration’, offering some very powerful advice: ‘Know when not to collaborate’. It is worth keeping this in mind as your rush off to your next internal meeting.


But do you know when not to collaborate?  Find out by measuring the Return on Collaboration™ for your organization using our performance analytics solution, called Pitstop Analytics™.

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