Do you know what happens when your organization doesn’t have cross-departmental collaboration? Complex reports—which call for data from six different people—are created, followed by hardcore analysis and then numerous revisions based on feedback from three different stakeholders. And, to top it all off, the recipients of these reports may then complain about how long the process takes.
But wait, isn’t this an example of cross-departmental collaboration? People from different departments worked together to create a report that was used by others, after all. In actuality, this is how siloed departments operate.
Pretty confusing, right? Here’s an overview of what this collaboration should look like, as well as the benefits of maintaining open communication across departments.
To keep reading, click here: Using Cross-Departmental Collaboration to Break Down Company Silos