HBR Guide to Collaborative Teams (HBR Guide Series) (Paperback)
A compilation guide that explains how to be more collaborative as a team—from getting the resources you need and crossing departmental silos to overcoming conflict and collaborative overload.
- Provides solutions to a common problem: how managers and team leaders can build more collaborative teams—and collaborate more effectively themselves.
- Takes on such topics as silo-busting, remote work, collaborative overload, overcoming conflict, and leading teams without formal authority.
- Provides practical advice from a variety of experts, so readers can take into account multiple perspectives as they implement the best tipes to work for them.
- Includes recognized experts on the topic and HBR authors, including Heidi Gardner, Herminia Ibarra, Francesca Gino, Nick Tasler, Michael Mankins, Jeff Weiss, and Nancy Duarte.
Audience: Primarily managers and team leaders, though individual collaborators will also find value in the book.
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