Re: Cubicle Culture: How brainstorming works best
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kane Mar" <kane_sfo@...> wrote:
>I loved this one, sheer genius:
> A colleague passed on this link
> <http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06164/697891-28.stm>. I laughed so
> hard I nearly choked! Here are a few choice quotes:
> "There are so many things people do in management because they think
> it's good, but there's no evidence for it," says Paul B. Paulus, a
> professor of psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington.
> "Teamwork is one example."
> and another:
> "If you leave groups to their own devices, they're going to do a very
> miserable job," says Prof. Paulus.
> I would loved to hear your opinions. Best regards,
> Kane Mar
> W: Http://www.Danube.com
> B: Http://KaneMar.Wordpress.com
> brainstorming sessions come in handy to distribute blame in theJean, are you out there? Start building your file for the revised
> event of failure
version of your collaboration book!!