• Oct. 27 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

Beware the lone ranger! High performing people who damage collaborative culture.

 

Collaborative culture works for organisations whose leaders adopt by example and demonstrate the practice and the ethos. Does this mean that everyone has to agree and work together? Not at all. Competition and collaboration are not enemies and can co-exist very healthily, but lone rangers are damaging.

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  • Oct. 21 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

Why collaborate?

Many enterprises and organisations are managing just fine without collaboration. They continue to deliver value to shareholders and many continue with market dominance or sector leadership. So why would they invest time and money to build a collaborative culture?

  • Oct. 14 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

Big Business – are you collaborating or will you have to play catch-up?

Meaningful business decisions in the digital era will no longer be made by leaders behind closed doors, but via engagement across collaboration channels. That’s the view of Altimeter Group founder and CEO, Charlene Li.

  • Oct. 7 2015
  • Janice Scheckter

Government’s poor ability to collaborate is killing our tourism industry

While I have more or less followed the debate on the new visa regulations over the past months, an interview on 702 with David Frost of the Tourism Business Council of South Africa, really highlighted the damage being caused and the impact on job losses, not only to the tourism sector directly but to the broader sectors that benefit.