In a constantly changing work environment learn how you and your fellow team members will increasingly need to work together to solve a pool of problems.
- The old rules of work meant you didn't always…have to collaborate with other people.…Even if you were part of a team you might have worked…somewhat independently of other workers.…But in a constantly changing work environment…you and your fellow team members will increasingly…need to work together to solve problems.…You're going to find you need to collaborate…across departments and divisions,…across organizational boundaries and with people…all around the world.…So, rule number four of the New Rules of Work…work with others to solve a pool of problems.…
Remember that rule number two of the New Rules of Work…is that you must be an adaptive problem solver.…In the same way that you as an individual are…solving a set of problems,…what you'll increasingly find is that you and your…coworkers will need to work together as a team…of problem solvers.…So, rather than being a set of individual workers…who operate in parallel,…think instead of the pool of problems that your team…is charged with solving.…What if you approach that set of problems as a team,…
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