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Friday, May 18 • 3:00pm - 4:40pm
Collaboration Contracts

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Not all team decisions need to be made by the entire team. There. Someone said it. In some cases, we can trust a single individual to make the decision because they have the most experience and insight. In other situations, we want a variety of interests and perspectives included to ensure a well-considered, unbiased decision. But how do we decide who and what and when? Put down the RACI chart - there’s a better way! A Collaboration Contract is a simple tool that allows team members to opt into conversations and decisions. With a Collaboration Contract, teams identify the decision makers, and through an open selection process, establish their desired level of autonomy. This is a not a decision making tool, but a tool for assembling the decision making team with clear expectations and agreements. Join Doc and Diane in this hands-on workshop where you will learn what it takes to run your own Collaboration Contract. Learn this powerful technique today and establish clearer decision making for your team tomorrow.

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Doc Norton

CEO, OnBelay
Doc is passionate about working with teams to improve delivery and building great organizations. Once a dedicated code slinger, Doc has turned his energy toward helping teams, departments, and companies work better together in the pursuit of better software. Working with a wide r... Read More →
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Diane Zajac

Agent of Change, Green Jeans Consulting
Several years ago, Diane traded a career in corporate America for a life of coaching and she has never looked back. She now uses her 13 years of experience to help groups, from Fortune 50 companies to the U.S. Government, transform their people into high-performing teams. Drawing... Read More →


Friday May 18, 2018 3:00pm - 4:40pm
Conference Room E

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