Collaboration Overload Is Sinking Productivity

· Harvard Business Review · Rob Cross, Mike Benson, Jack Kostal, RJ Milnor

Our Connected Commons research over the past decade on collaborative overload shows that more efficient collaborators — those who have the greatest impact in networks and take the least amount of time from people — are distinguished in part by how they put structure into their work to reduce the insidious cost of being “always on.” These people are able to be 18 to 24% more efficient than their peers.

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