David Straus Interview: Collaboration Then and Now
With David Straus
The old saw, "everything old is new again", certainly applies to the field of collaboration. While technology has moved ahead by leaps and bounds, the important everyday practices that form the foundation of healthy and effective group practice remain much the same. One big difference: Nowadays, collaboration is seen as vital to achieving success strategically.
David Straus founded Interaction Associates in 1969, and his best-selling book, How to Make Collaboration Work has sold more than 600,000 copies worldwide. With a unique perspective across four decades, David looks at how far collaboration has come — and explores the key challenges that remain.