• Jul. 28 2019
  • Janice Scheckter

Why collaborate

I’ve written so extensively on the need and benefits of collaboration over the past few years, that I felt unsure about the title of this very simple blog. But the intent is a simple reminder of the ‘why.

 

The ability to work collaboratively in terms of workplace skills sits right alongside critical thinking and problem-solving.  

  • Sep. 6 2017
  • Janice Scheckter

Simple teacher collaboration shows improvement in the most critical skills

Collaboration does not always have to be the outcome of a lengthy design process and complex tech. Simply getting teachers to collaborate around shared interests, common issues and creative challenges, can start to change performance in schools.

  • Oct. 27 2016
  • Janice Scheckter

So you think you’re a collaborator?

You do know, that being a collaborator is not about being able to openly discuss stuff with others, or being able to shift your opinion and being able to agree on what you may have disagreed on before?

  • Sep. 29 2016
  • Janice Scheckter

Why digital collaboration is often better than face-to-face

If you believe that the best and most innovative interactions will always rely on face-to-face engagements, you may be missing out on what digital collaboration can do for your team.

  • 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?

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