The Science of Collaboration (Full Story)

May 27, 2020

The Science of Collaboration (Full Story)

Ask people where they get their best ideas and you’re sure to hear them say, when I’m going for a run,” “walking in nature,” or the ubiquitous “in the shower.” But how often do you hear someone say their best ideas come while sitting in a conference room at work? Not likely. Ironically, organizations are in dire need of good ideas as they struggle to thrive and grow, yet the typical places they provide for teams to work together and solve problems are more likely to cause people to zone out and disengage than create something novel and life changing.

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