Working together for success

McGurk, John
January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p36
The article discusses how collaborative human resources (HR) professionals can bring about a more joined-up organisation. Collaboration helps people to link their knowledge and expertise in a way that benefits the organisation and its employees. Collaborative behaviour grows capability by putting many minds to work on a problem or project. It cites the indications of non-collaborative behaviour in organisations.


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