The DNA of Collaboration is a book by Chris Jones (@sourcepov) that seeks to unpack problem solving in teams. Why do some teams succeed, and others fail? The author explores effective communication, a culture that welcomes free thinking, and the importance of letting ideas flow. Well-researched, conversational, and insightful, the book provides a variety of visual aids, a glossary, and an index. It’s a comprehensive reference for anyone seeking to improve their chances at successful collaboration.
See elsewhere on this site for more information about the book, including an readers guide, linkography and table of contents (with links to early reader feedback). And it’s not just a book, it’s an on-going conversation. Follow our dialog on twitter at hashtag #cdna for new insights on collaborative learning. Along with our readers, we’re very excited to remain active in the evolving space of effective collaboration. Don’t hesitate to reach out. We’d love to compare notes.
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