Book Description

With so many digital tools in the workplace, collaboration has gone omnichannel. Given how hyperconnected people are, the authors set out to explore the implications for organizations and teams. In their research, they discovered that always-on connectivity was good for fact finding and information sharing but not for problem-solving, as we tend to assume. For tasks that require imagination, it’s better to alternate between connectivity and quiet focus. Leaders must help establish a good rhythm.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Copyright
  3. Contents
  4. Improving the Rhythm of Your Collaboration
    1. Connectivity: What We Gain, What We Lose
    2. Breaking the Trade-Off
    3. Finding the Right Rhythm at Work