For collaboration, transformation and growth.
According to Charles Darwin, the ability to collaborate is critical for innovating and succeeding. But getting it right is not always easy. Research shows it takes trust, common purpose, equal voice, diversity of thinking, shared values, shared accountability, mutual respect, and psychological safety.
Many of us have found a better work/life balance through hybrid working. While we need to organise people, resources and expertise to handle new ways of working, we also have to prevent silo thinking and behaviour.
As technology enables us to collaborate in different ways, understanding the attributes and behaviours that drive collaboration has never been more critical.
‘Teams’ have never been more critical.
This comprehensive ‘how to’ guide incorporates 20 years of collaboration expertise and insights from working with leaders and teams to develop great collaborative behaviours.
Understand what healthy collaboration looks like, why it’s essential and how to achieve it and explore proven tools and techniques to help you improve team collaboration and team-building.
Why is this resource free?
Hargraves Institute was established in 2006 by 12 leading organisations who shared a vision to help Australia become more innovative through collaboration and ‘collective wisdom’.
Today, we uphold their vision by turning our research, expertise and collaboration into DIY tools that benefit everyone.