Chapter 19: Managing Intergroup and Interdepartmental Conflict to Improve Collaboration Gerald D. This volume is manifested in such outcomes as increased innovation and creativity, commitment and involvement, flexibility and adaptability, leveraging of knowledge, and enhanced learning. Chapter 24: The Team Excellence Award Program: Recognizing Successful Team Problem Solving and Process Improvement Laurie Broedling. Innovation has become one of the primary core competencies of effective organizations. Creating Cultures of Collaboration that Thrive on Diversity - A Transformational Perspective on Building Collaborative Capital. Conclusion Reflecting on the Lessons Learned. The innovation may be incremental or breakthrough and evident at any level of organization: team, community of practice, project or program, company, joint venture, alliance, partnership, or supply chain.
As innovation becomes the key to competitive advantage at company, supply chain, and regional levels, a shift from silos to collaboration becomes essential collaborating across boundaries becomes critical. The papers in this volume launch that process with teaming contexts ranging from alliances and partnerships, to cross-national teams and cross-disciplinary teams. This volume consists of papers that focus on collaborative capital - broadly defined as the organizational assets that enable people to work together well. Type: Chapter Item Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited Citation: , 2005 , Minimizing the Impact of Organizational Distress on Intellectual and Social Capital Through Development of Collaborative Capital, in Michael M. The innovation may be incremental or breakthrough and evident at any level of organization: team, community of practice, project or program, company, joint venture, alliance, partnership, or supply chain. It discusses the importance of collaborative environments to improve innovation; and addresses how to create a collaborative environment within an organization. .
Chapter 10: Building Collaborative Capacity: An Innovative Strategy for Homeland Security Preparedness. Intangible forms of capital are being recognized in both research and practice as essential resources for fueling company growth. Chapter 4: Team Innovation Through Collaboration. Gerald Klein is associate professor of organizational behavior and management in the College of Business Administration Behavior and Management in the College of Business Administration at Rider University. We believe creating the context for effective collaboration is a core competency of the organization.
Preface for the Collaborative Work Systems Series. Consequently, the meaning, measurement, and impact of collaborative capital in practice have not been explored to any significant extent. Specifically, the models suggest that empowerment may function as a partial mediator, or as a moderator, or as both, in the basic relationship between transformational leadership and innovation. Consequently, the meaning, measurement, and impact of collaborative capital in practice have not been explored to any significant extent. Nielsen, et al; team leadership and coordination in trauma resuscitation, Seokhwa Yun, et al; creativity in science teams, K.
Chapter 9: Sustaining Leadership Teams at the Top: The Promise and the Pitfalls Mindy L. Collaborative Capital: Creating Intangible Value Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Work Teams, Volume 11 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. Chapter 25: A Problem-Solving Training Program for Groups of Service Engineers: A Case Study Ad Kleingeld and Harrie van Tuijl. Thus, the accumulation of successful empowerment and the qualities of empowered team member represent the collaborative capital. Windsor; assessing organizational contexts in team-based organizations, T. Chapter 5: Innovation: Achieving Balance Among Empowerment, Accountability, and Control.
The term collaborative capital has seldom been used in research literature dealing with how people work together. Lorenzet, et al; group personality composition and work team effectiveness - key factor in staffing the team-based organization? This volume consists of papers that focus on collaborative capital - broadly defined as the organizational assets that enable people to work together well. Chapter 30: Building and Using Virtual Learning Environments Deborah Hurst and Scott Follows. Beyerlein, Craig McGee, Gerald D. Exploiting Intellectual and Collaborative Capital for Innovation in Knowledge-Intensive Industries. Striving for a New Ideal: A Work Environment to Energize Collaborative Capacity Across East and West BoundariesTeam-Member Exchange and Individual Contributions to Collaborative Capital in Organizations; Leading Together, Working Together: The Role of Team Shared Leadership in Building Collaborative Capital in Virtual Teams; Leadership, Collaborative Capital, and Innovation; Minimizing the Impact of Organizational Distress on Intellectual and S.
World class levels of performance are impossible without mastery of collaborative methods, processes, and designs. Chapter 21: Making Space for Communities of Practice: Creating Intellectual Capital Through Communicative Action David O? Chapter 2: The Search Conference: A Participative Planning Method That Builds Widespread Collaboration Catherine Bradshaw, Joan Roberts, and Sylvia Cheuy. About the Author Michael M. Carole Townsley and Susan Larkin. Chapter 7: Collaboration, Proximity and Innovation. Chapter 2: leading innovation through collaboration. It occurs when someone has an idea, shares it with others, and all find ways to turn the idea into action.