Build winning solutions ... collaboration

How many times in your business career have you been in an organization where real energy was expended to build collaboration and sharing for winning solutions? How successful were these efforts? To build team collaboration and sharing is not an easy job, is it?  But we’d all agree that the payoffs certainly outweigh the efforts, wouldn’t we?

Over the years in my career, I’ve had the good fortune of being exposed to many smart people and worked as part of many teams trying to build collaboration and sharing.  It never ceases to amaze me how just a few moments of discussion, or sitting and listening to well thought-out debates, can open your mind to ideas you can’t believe you didn’t think of on your own.

For example, consider this example. It takes a great entrepreneur with a vision to start a business, but it requires strong leadership collaboration skills and a collaboration of many people to make it a success.

Collaboration is working together to achieve a goal. It is a recursive process where two or more individuals or organizations work together to realize shared goals.  Note that collaboration is NOT cooperation … it is more than the intersection of common goals, but a collective determination to reach an identical objective by sharing knowledge, learning, and building consensus.

Collaboration is an attribute that cuts across many businesses and business processes.  We need to make it an intentional process and cultivate it into the team’s culture.

 

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Building winning solutions ... results

Everything a business does produces an outcome or result. This is an important message for all businesses. The more traditional types of building winning solutions and results are associated with volume, cost and quality of products or services. The actions of every employee are designed to add value to the business and therefore to influence performance and the specific results the organization achieves

The significance of your results extends to your partners and suppliers who will want to trade with you for as long as there is a “win-win”. All stakeholders will determine if you are achieving “good” results by looking at your solvency, your ability to settle invoices on time and the degree to which you respect their brand integrity when using their products or services to enhance your own.

We are confident in our ability to generate great results and will make a commitment to them.

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