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A lesson in collaboration from hermit crabs

I originally penned this post approximately two years ago … but a recent conversation about “collaboration” with a client leader suggested that it is worth a re-read. Collaboration is an important component of inspired and energized workplaces.  And as a

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When it comes to managing the rumour mill, partial information is better than no information

The ancient philosopher Aristotle said Horror vacui, or “Nature abhors a vacuum.” His point was that if a vacuum exists in the physical world, it is only momentary, as it immediately fills with the material surrounding it, without any regard

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If sharing information is so valuable … why do so few people do it?

A couple of years ago, I wrote briefly on the blog (and a lengthier article) about Don Tapscott’s 2006 bestseller Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything (The benefits of mass collaboration), and a recent event got me thinking once again

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The benefits of mass collaboration

Why you should engage in mass collaboration (and some of the how) — Merge’s latest article in CGA Magazine.

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Traffic in India: respecting rights and differences?

Traffic in India: utter organized chaos! But yet there’s no road rage. Why? Leadership expert Merge Gupta-Sunderji has an opinion … and offers a lesson on how individual success is tied to the success of others.

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