[Review] Collaborate: The Art of We

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This book review discusses 'Collaborate: The Art of We' by Dan Sanker. The phenomenon of collaboration is getting popular in organizations; however while it is not a new buzzword, it is gaining more mileage because of the changes we see around us. In his book 'Collaborate: The Art of We' (2012), author Dan Sanker makes the case for social Darwinism - the constant battle for survival - by stating that in the coming decades, the fittest will be the ones who know how to collaborate. In today's global economy, time is of essence, as is quality. The book is timely because in the light of the present economy, collaboration is not just a best practice, but an essential practice for performance.

Creator(s): Joshua-Gojer, Ashwini Esther
Creation Date: 2012  
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UNT College of Information
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UNT Scholarly Works
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Joshua-Gojer, Ashwini Esther

University of North Texas

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Publisher Name: University of North Texas
Publisher Info: Department of Learning Technologies; Center for Knowledge Solutions
Place of Publication: [Denton, Texas]
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  • Creation: 2012
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This book review discusses 'Collaborate: The Art of We' by Dan Sanker. The phenomenon of collaboration is getting popular in organizations; however while it is not a new buzzword, it is gaining more mileage because of the changes we see around us. In his book 'Collaborate: The Art of We' (2012), author Dan Sanker makes the case for social Darwinism - the constant battle for survival - by stating that in the coming decades, the fittest will be the ones who know how to collaborate. In today's global economy, time is of essence, as is quality. The book is timely because in the light of the present economy, collaboration is not just a best practice, but an essential practice for performance.

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4 p.

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Keyword(s): collaboration | best practices | resource sharing | networking
Source: Learning and Performance Quarterly, 2012, Denton: University of North Texas
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UNT College of Information
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UNT Scholarly Works
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  • ARK: ark:/67531/metadc122185
Resource Type: Article
Format: Text
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Access: Public
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Publication Title: Learning and Performance Quarterly
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Page Start: 51
Page End: 54
Peer Reviewed: Yes