lOO X INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Developing Positive Team Collaborations BY STEVEN A . ACKERMAN n his May 200 6 Bulletin article, Toby Carlson offers searc h community thrive. I will use examples some provocative thoughts on the current funding fro m research on learnin g communitie s and make I situation for meteorological research in the United analogie s to my own experience with the Coop- States. While his main focus is on funding reform, erative Institute o f Meteorologica l Satellite Studies (CIMSS ; University o f Wisconsin—Madison) , one his comments on artificial teamwork and forced col- laborations for the sake o f proposals suggest another o f man y NOAA cooperative institutes, to support thes e opinions. area in need of reform. I would like to offer some thoughts on the advantages o f tea m research and how Researc h communities thrive when they bring we might form better research partnerships. Research people together for shared learning, discovery, and communitie s are an effective means by which indi- th e generation of knowledge. Research communi- e together to achieve goals, from those viduals com ties thrive when all participant s take responsibility related to individual
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 2007
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