‘…business leaders who want to nudge collaborative behavior must simultaneously think about their people and their environments. Both are important as well as mutually limiting and amplifying.’
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is featured in ReWorked speaking about how social psychology can help with effective collaboration.
Social Psychology Could Be the Key to Collaboration
In principle, business leaders understand the importance of effective collaboration within their organization: It advances innovation, smooths operations and bolsters the well-being of individuals. In practice, however, how to drive collaboration is not always obvious. Social psychology can help.