Cross-agency collaboration provides an opportunity to reduce duplicative work and produce big results—but you must overcome obstacles to data access before you can share knowledge.
It’s imperative to understand each entity’s mission, their unique institutional culture, and recognize their different approaches to problem-solving. Once this level of understanding is attained, building a collaboration process becomes much simpler.
When work requires international collaboration, the last thing you want to do is figure out time zone differences. Learn how to make collaboration easy for global teams!
Collaboration is hard. Cross-team collaboration to advance a critical mission? Much harder and much more important. Here’s how we encourage collaboration among our teams.
A misconception in knowledge management is that technology will take care of everything for you. People think the technology will be so compelling that an instant community of knowledge sharers will spontaneously emerge. But, it doesn’t work that way in reality.
At Tesla, we help clients act with confidence because they have the right information to make the right decision at the right time. But this wouldn’t be possible without our team, so we make a point to hire only the best and the brightest from a variety of backgrounds. To attract and retain our talented team, we look for ways to show how much their work means to us.
One way is by offering innovative teleworking and commuting options.