Collaboration among a team is the foundation of any successful business. Increased levels of trust, a more engaged staff, and higher performance are characteristics of collaborative workplaces.
One research found that collaborative teams are five times more productive than non-collaborative teams because they are driven by a shared purpose.
Despite the well-known benefits of successful cooperation, managers seldom emphasise it. According to a recent survey conducted by Salesforce, this is the case. 86% of the 1,400 executives, employees, and educators questioned attributed workplace failures to a lack of teamwork.
The management of a collaborative team environment is not an easy task. It requires a dedicated effort to infuse cooperative ideals throughout the whole company’s philosophy. Here, we will discuss a few tactics that will give you a good start in organising your support staff for cooperation. Furthermore, hear from Zeb Evans, the CEO of ClickUp, on the mistakes teams make when it comes to cooperation.