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Savvy managers have been scrambling to find more information on how to create a collaborative culture in their companies ever since a Stanford study found that companies that promote collaboration experience five times better team performance than their non-collaborative counterparts. Unfortunately, many businesses would have you believe that a “collaborative environment” means an open office, bean bag chairs, and a community foosball table. In reality, creating a collaborative culture really comes down to supporting your employees in the best way possible. The post below goes into 14 strategies to help you get started with building a more collaborative team culture.

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