The collaborative intensity of work has exploded over the past decade due to companies transitioning to matrix based structures, increased complexity of products and services, globalization, email proliferation and adoption of collaborative tools and social media.
Our research has shown that by making a few changes–typically doing just 3-4 things differently–can enable you to claw back 18-24% of your collaborative time. This collaborative overload assessment asks you to reflect on a set of beliefs and practices that distinguish more efficient collaborators.
The assessment produces:
Applied in a group workshop or individual coaching, these highly popular cards—which use QR codes to link to additional resources and insights online—are designed to help your employees identify a small number of specific practices, behaviors, and beliefs they can change to more efficiently manage their time and create space for innovation.
The popular Harvard Business Review cover story revealed and explained the important issue of collaborative overload. The good news is that some people do this well and typically just doing five to six things differently enable them to claw back 18% to 24% of their collaborative time.
These card deck contains 25 personal practices that have been identified during 20 years of quantitative research and describes: