Collaboration Fluency

One of the strongest assets any student can have is the ability to work well within a team. Collaboration with partners that are both real and digital is a hallmark of the modern workforce. Teamwork means power and support, and it’s essential to success in any business environment. Let Collaboration Fluency show you how great minds can come together.

Collaboration Fluency Video

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Bring out the best of yourself and others on your team using the 5Es of Collaboration Fluency, which are Establish, Envision, Engineer, Execute, and Examine. Learn more in this video!

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This stage begins by selecting and organizing the collective group, establishing the norms and determining the role each team member would be best suited for, and developing a group contract.

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As a group, it’s time to now examine the issue/challenge/goal together, and conceive the intended outcome. Together the group visualizes, defines, and examines the issue they are challenged with, as well as what the intended outcome is.

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This stage involves assembling the nuts and bolts of the plan into something workable and applicable to the problem or challenge the group was brought together for. It’s crucial that everyone works together to synthesize a workable method for achieving the desired goal.

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In this stage, the group puts the plan into action and manages the process, with each team member remaining personally accountable for their contribution (this also means devising a method for ensuring other members are held accountable).

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At this final and crucial stage the group studies and reviews both their process and the end result. The idea is to determine if the challenge was successfully met, and also to gain insights for areas of constructive improvement.

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