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Using analytics to improve collaboration

The effects of collaboration are not always positive – but the negatives can be tackled with analytics

Collaboration isn’t always a good thing, write Rob Cross, Thomas H Davenport and Peter Gray, MIT Sloan Management Review.

The benefits of collaboration to a business operating in 2019 are numerous, but the authors warn that the level of collaboration in contemporary businesses enabled by “the plethora of technologies that keep us connected” often “adds a steady stream of time- and energy-consuming interactions to an already relentless workload”.

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Source Article: Collaborate Smarter, Not Harder
Author(s): Rob Cross, Thomas H Davenport and Peter Gray