Taking the Pain Out of Collaboration: Tips & Best Practices
What to do before, during, and after a cross-team collaboration
12 reviews for Taking the Pain Out of Collaboration: Tips & Best Practices
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Luis Fernando Zarazua Aguilar –
The classes were concrete and with good examples, also to show the text in big titles is an excelent resource to understand the main ideas. My only recomendation is to have papers to resume each lesson.
Milt Smith –
Please find a way to have continuous video in these classes, about half of the time in this session the video was black.
Rumar Dominic Brandares –
Yes this is a good match because in our project we usually have cross-team collaboration with other modules. It will be easier for us to work with each other by understanding the agenda, the stakeholders and operations.
Jenn Looper –
Talks too fast. There is no point to zoom in the video if the speaker isn’t looking at the camera. Lots of buzz words used.
Ruban Raju –
After i completed all the topics. still i couldn’t get the certificate.
Victoria Hillman –
Id put this particular course nearer the beginning of the training, as we have already covered some more complex ideas on collaboration by now.
Angie Doolittle –
Interesting points and common sense, wrapped in a package. Appreciated the enthusiasm of the presenter, you can tell she’s invested in this type of coaching.
Rahul Vashistha –
A short and sweet course. Informative, intriguing and useful.
Learned some great tips as to how to act and manage when working on a collab or cross collab team.
Rodolfo E De Dios –
Collaboration is a difficult task that needs a systematic approach to succeed. Each member of the team must acknowledge the goal and talking on the same page to succeed
Sandra G –
The course is short, enjoyable and well structured, thank you.
Andrew W –
Really liked this one, excellent review and/or introduction as appropriate.
Monique McGill –
There are some good tips in here regarding assembling teams. I really enjoyed the point of not having too many members on the team.