You may need to collaborate with your colleagues on an idea for a day, a week, or sometimes years. Often there are false starts and many failings; you may want to give up. You can spend a lot of money, and be frustrated with each other more than once.
However you can also experience the excitement of creating something from scratch, the thrill of when your creation actually works, and the joy that comes from seeing someone else implement your idea.
Collaboration is the most powerful basis for process and product development in all areas of business.
It develops objectives around:
Collaboration also facilitates:
Consider and write a report on the collaborative work that currently happens in your workplace.
Share your observations with colleagues and other learners about where you see collaboration actively used in the workplace. Post your response to the ValleyView meeting room using the topic Collaboration in the workplace, and compare other learners’ responses.