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Teamwork and Synergy


The buzzword «synergy», which was at one time a derogatory term applied to companies, has returned to the forefront of conversation as businesses seek ways to work across departments – in hybrid or remote environments for example. It’s not being used as a derogatory corporate term, but rather to describe a deeply collaborative process which is highly sought-after.

Synergy is the notion that a group is more than its components. The positive synergy that results from this is what allows teams to do more than they could do on their own. it also creates a platform for team members to be their best their best at work, using their unique life experiences perspective, skills, and communication styles.

On the other hand, negative synergy can make teams feel sluggish and cause them to produce subpar outputs despite everyone’s personal strengths. This is typically due to conflicts and miscommunications that occur over roles, responsibilities, as well as schedules.

To avoid these issues, it’s crucial for teams to build an enduring foundation of trust and collaboration by clearly defining the vision of the project and laying out the roles of each team member in the project. This can be done easily through a collaborative mapping process. Each team member will work with their colleagues to create a clear documentation of what each team member is responsible for and when. This saves teams lots of energy, time and conflict by minimizing confusion up front. It makes it easier for managers, if necessary be able to step in and coach.

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