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THENMOZHI SUBRAMANIAN & LEONG
• Collaborative teams can be defined as a group of individuals who have open communication, share common thoughts, ideas, or beliefs, and are working towards a common goal. • A collaborative workplace "redefines the corporate structure, replacing the pyramid model with a circle. Everyone in the company is accountable, and leadership is shared (Marshall, 1995). • Collaboration is "a principle-based process of working together that produces trust, integrity and break-through results by building true consensus, ownership and alignment in all aspects of the organization" (Marshall, 1995).
• When a project is too large it is perfect to split up into parts and distribute among groups. • Decrease of production time by spreading out the resources. • Competition created in the team environment may also boost productivity thereby allowing projects to be completed sooner. • Brings together different and varying ideas • The benefit of having multiple people in a group, where the talent pool is larger, creates a valuable resource in groups that is not available in individual work product. • Tasks are distributed among the group, thus less burden on an individual. • More people mean more ideas, more work done and thus the goals are achieved more efficiently • A collaborative group in which each individual performs his/her duties honestly leads to an increase in experience of team-work, loadsharing, verbal, written and email communication skills. • Creates trust and cooperation among everyone in the team. • Allows organizations to do more with less.
• Too many cooks, spoil the broth. • Requires contributions of skills from each and every member of the group. • A single member's incapability to contribute in time can adversely affect the entire group. • Collaborative groups depend on communicating mainly via telephone/email/Internet. A failure or incompetence in the skills is always a risk. • Causes competition among teammates.
•Task is distributed among groups. •Decrease of production time. •Competition boosts productivity. •Brings together different ideas •Creates a valuable resource in groups. •Less burden on an individual. •The goals are achieved more efficiently. •Experience of teamwork, load-sharing, and communication skills. •Creates trust and cooperation. •Allows organizations to do
Venn Diagram For Collaboration
•Too many cooks, spoil the broth. •Requires contributions of skills from each and every member of the group. •A single member's incapability to contribute in time can adversely affect the entire group. •Collaborative groups depend on communicating mainly via
•Competition among teammates •Various ideas •Communicatio n skills
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