Evan Rosen, who worked as a reporter for KODE in the 1980s, has published his second book, The Culture of Collaboration.
The book is described on its website as follows:
The Culture of Collaboration describes how collaborative culture is changing business models and the nature of work. The author goes inside the world’s most collaborative organizations--including Toyota, Boeing, Procter & Gamble, DreamWorks, The Dow Chemical Company, Industrial Light and Magic, and the Myelin Repair Foundation--and shows how their methods can create value in almost every industry.
The Culture of Collaboration explores the significance of organizational, team and regional culture in collaboration and demonstrates how companies can break down barriers and spark innovation. The book also describes the trend towards real-time, spontaneous collaboration and the “deserialization” of interaction and work.