"Signature" relationship practices
"Signature" relationship practices that build bonds among the staff in memorable ways that are particularly suited to the company's business.
stammt aus dem Artikel "Eight Ways to Build Collaborative Teams" von Lynda Gratton und Tamara J. Erickson, erschienen in der November-Ausgabe 2007 der Harward Business Review.signature relationship practices
1. Investing in signature relationship practices. Executives can encourage collaborative behavior by making highly visible investments—in facilities with open floor plans to foster communication, for example—that demonstrate their commitment to collaboration.
The most collaborative companies had what we call “signature” practices—practices that were memorable, difficult for others to replicate, and particularly well suited to their own business environment.