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About the author:
Chris Jones is an author and technology consultant, with over 25 years seeking creative ways to enhance the productivity and performance of teams. With depth in both leadership and management roles, he seeks to bridge the gap between concept and action.
He is currently based in Charlotte, NC, and speaks frequently at conferences. He has been cited in CIO Magazine and Multisourcing, a book by Gartner.
Active in the social space as @sourcepov, Chris is vocal on the challenges facing adoption of social platforms and business change.
He attended the University of Virginia in Charlottesville where he received a B.S. in Computer Science. With both Virginia and North Carolina as home, he travels frequently across the southeast. He is a father of 3. Besides consulting and writing books, his interests include photography, and deeper dives into organizational development and value systems.
The DNA of Collaboration
Unlocking the Potential of 21st Century Teams
More and more we are called upon to collaborate, but the factors that determine our success can be elusive. Collaboration requires focus, intention, time and deep engagement, elements that are increasingly rare in the 21st century. Collaboration is a choice, one that many tend to avoid. This book explore age-old problems of critical thinking, taking on constraints to the flow of insight, and challenging us to reconsider what is possible when we seek to solve problems in teams.
- Publication Date:
- Oct 01 2012
- 0978756614 / 9780978756611
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Organizational Development