Many organizations lose productivity, quality, morale, and customer satisfaction due to poor collaboration among teams, units, and employees. Take this simple assessment to find out whether your organization might suffer from the consequences of poor collaboration.
Circle any of the following statements that seem even a little bit true:
There is a general sense that it is hard to get things done in your organization.
Projects are frequently delayed by the friction of working across units or silos.
Projects are frequently over budget due to the friction of working across units or silos.
Projects frequently don't achieve their desired level of quality due to the friction of working across units or silos.
Products or services sometimes go out with different, and sometimes unacceptable levels, of quality, which may be due to how teams or other units work together (or don't).
Managers and employees seem to lack the skills required to collaborate effectively.
People "point the finger" at other teams or units when a project misses a milestone.
There is resentment or a dysfunctional working relationship among two or more business units/teams in your organization.
There is resentment or a dysfunctional working relationship among two or more high-level executives in your organization, and this dysfunction ripples through the organization.
Employees spend too much of their time on unproductive activities related to coping with the stress and hassle of pushing things forward instead of the productive activities of creating things, making things, selling things, and serving customers.
If you circled even one of the above statements, we should have a 5-minute phone conversation. Remember: You get what you tolerate. So why tolerate the kind of hassles related to poor collaboration? Saliba Consulting can help. Contact us today at https://BookMyBreakThoughNow.com.
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