How Transparency and Trust Improve Collaboration

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Collaboration is built on transparency and trust.

When teams share information openly with no reservation, they are comfortable with challenging themselves and each other to address an issue on hand.

For example, the operations team meets monthly to review results. Their manager leads the discussion to focus on problems and actions to take to make improvements.

There is full transparency on results and team members are encouraged to chime in and offer ideas to solve problems.

Team members feel trusted and they value the opportunity to contribute. As they are involved, the take ownership of results and improvements.

Transparency and trust are the key factors to enhance collaboration.

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