Collaboration Keystone, CO July 2006 Good Ideas Come in Groups Succeed Through Strategic Alliances On the last SWCS picnic, the board had decided that due to liability issues, we could only have one (1) alcoholic drink per person.. And Never Bowl Alone! Locate Labor!!! Why Collaborate?
On the last SWCS picnic, the board had decided that due to liability issues, we could only have one (1) alcoholic drink per person..
some degree of complexity and require some
degree of ingenuity, people are able to do a
better job in well-functioning groups than they
can on their own. They are also more likely to be
excited about their work.”
Alfie Kohn, Punished by Rewards
“People will typically be more enthusiastic where they feel a sense of belonging and see themselves as part of a community than they will in a workplace in which each person is left to his own devices.”
“Team Projects Build the Group While Strengthening the Individual” – Steve Kadas, NM SWCS
Problem Solving opportunities with all of the above
Collaborate within SWCS - Internal
Farm Bill Meeting
Prioritizing resource issues at a Legacy Meeting recently in Chadron, NE. Several different agencies/organizations came together to address resource issues in the Pine Ridge.
Collaboration Checklist -continued
Collaboration Checklist –continued
11. Community Development
12. Understanding the Community
Collaboration Rubric Cube
Collaboration Rubric Ranking