Are we Collaborating or Cooperating?
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
5 Min - Set the Stage
5 Min - Intro to Communication Models: Coordination, Cooperation & Collaboration
Workshop On Questions:
a) Is collaboration the right answer everytime as a communication mode? When & Why
b) Is Co-operation the right mode of communication under circumstances? When & Why
Collaboration is the right answer most of the time, however there are instances when cooperation & coordination is the right answer.
The room will agree to where cooperation & coordination is the right answer and when collaboration is the absolute right answer.
Leadership, Team Members in an Agile Environment
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