We all know there’s no “I” in the word team. Today, it’s hard to find a workplace where the emphasis isn’t on teams. But, not every employee is comfortable working in a team environment.
Collaboration. The practice is celebrated. The practice is credited with the development of exciting new products. And, collaboration is criticized for chewing up the time of key contributors.
How do you get the best results from your team? In a column for InformationWeek, Paul Korzeniowski discusses one practice most managers have too much faith in and offers a better solution to improve collaboration.