Thursday 10 October, 11.00-11.45am
Where boundaries between individuals and teams become too rigid a lack of joined up thinking and working can result – otherwise known as ‘silo working’. Of course, silo can be helpful, such as grouping specialists into learning communities, focusing people on results and providing a map of who does what and where. However, where cooperation and collaboration is needed and there are barriers to achieving this, the cost to the organisation can be very high.
David Willcock’s book Collaborating for Results: Silo Working and Relationships that Work was published in July 2013. The book focuses on the human reasons for silo working in organisations, combining psychology with broader organisation development theory and practice. In this webinar session David will outline some of his thinking in the book, as well as:
About the speaker David Willcock has been helping people in organisations overcome unproductive silo working and build better working relationships for over 25 years. He started his career in general human resource management in the public and finance sectors before specialising in people and organisation development work whilst working with a leading global finance company. After a 15 year in-company career he started his own organisation development consultancy, now Liberating Potential Limited, coaching and developing leaders and their teams across a range of sectors in the UK and abroad. David holds a Master's Degree in Personnel Management from Aston University.
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