High-Performance Collaboration

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* Self-aware
* Self-aware
* '''Continuously learning and improving''' (i.e. [[Bootstrapping]] and developing and maintaining a [[Dynamic Knowledge Repository]]. They have high [[Collective Intelligence]].)
* '''Continuously learning and improving''' (i.e. [[Bootstrapping]] and developing and maintaining a [[Dynamic Knowledge Repository]]. They have high [[Collective Intelligence]].)
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* Feel high-performance
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* Feel high-performance -- [[Flow]], [[Quality Without A Name]]
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Prerequisites:
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* [[Shared Language]]
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* Trust
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* Good [[Group Information Hygiene]]
[[Group Development]] identifies the four stages that lead to high-performance groups. There are also [[Patterns of Collaboration]] that are found in high-performance groups.
[[Group Development]] identifies the four stages that lead to high-performance groups. There are also [[Patterns of Collaboration]] that are found in high-performance groups.
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* People
* People
* Work processes / systems
* Work processes / systems
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* Culture
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* [[Culture]]
This model is missing learning.
This model is missing learning.
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== See Also ==
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* [http://www.canadageese.org/lessons.html Lessons from Geese]
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* [http://blogs.hbr.org/bigshift/2009/04/introducing-the-collaboration.html Introducing the Collaboration Curve], by John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, and Lang Davison.
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* [http://theartofwork.com/blog/bootstrapping-the-high-performance-team.html Bootstrapping the High-Performance Team]

Current revision as of 18:51, 26 December 2010

Groups that achieve High-Performance Collaboration have the following attributes:

Prerequisites:

Group Development identifies the four stages that lead to high-performance groups. There are also Patterns of Collaboration that are found in high-performance groups.

Other models:

  • Leadership
  • Decision-making / structure
  • People
  • Work processes / systems
  • Culture

This model is missing learning.

See Also

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