In your organization, what happens when the people doing the work need the input of people from other departments?

Do they have to respect the organizational structure and go through their leaders?

Or, can they go directly to the other people for their input?

The most effective way for teams to get what they need is to talk to each other directly. Otherwise, it becomes like the telephone game we used to play as kids. Slow, fraught with miscommunication, and disempowering.

You have a problem if people have to follow the org structure to talk to each other.

Empower your people to work directly with each other. They’ll be far more effective for it.

You’ve got this.

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