Before goingfill steam ahead with collaboration-or any new and promising management idea-take a look at whatâs really involved. Some Surprising Things About CollaborationKnowin How People Connect Maa es It Wor& Better HENRY MINTZBERG JAN JORGENSEN DEBORAH DOUGHERTY FRANCES WESTLEY s with every fad that in fact has substance, there is the need to sort out the necessary from the nonsense in âcollaboration.â The concept is a good one, in both specific application and general spirit, for several reasons. We need to break out of our hierarchy fixâ as well as our âmarket fix.â And we need more attention to how people connect with each other, as capable adults, instead of as children who require constant control or as traders who merely buy and sell. But collaboration wiLl eventually prove to be no more of a panacea than âhierarchyâ or âmarketâ ever were, for there is good and bad in all new ideas. We have collaborated on this article to bring together a set of points, both positive and negative, that we have found surprising about collaboration-at least as compared with how this concept is usually discussed. A MODEL OF COLLABORATION to Before we begin, letâs take a few
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