When we talk about networking, we often focus on connecting with people outside our organizations. But networking with colleagues is just as crucial. Well-networked people bridge the organizational silos that plague all organizations, and make their firms more collaborative and effective. But networking for the sake of networking? Adding as many contacts as humanly possible? That’s a time-sink and a distraction. In this slideshow, we’ll review the rules of being an effective organizational networker, a lynchpin of productivity.
Written by Sarah Green, based on Collaboration by Morten Hansen
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