The Skill Set of the Successful Collaborator

This article focuses on the people who choose collaboration as a management strategy and, in particular, what they view as the skill set of the successful collaborator. Individual attributes and interpersonal skills are essential for successful collaboration, followed by group process skills, strategic leadership skills, and substantive/technical expertise.

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  • Communications: This document provides insights into the catalysts for collaboration: what makes collaboration work and what are the challenges.