When multinational teams collaborate well their companies succeed. The better colleagues understand each other, the better they collaborate. Colleagues can deepen understanding by addressing three questions:
Where do we differ in how we think, therefore in how we work? What influence do the differences have on our collaboration? How can we get the differences to work for, instead of against, our collaboration?
UC addresses the first question. Colleagues can address the second and third questions. In constant dialogue. Together. As a team. In their forums. With their tools.
When colleagues better understand each other at the cultural level three good things happen: They get the job done. Good for the company. They sleep better at night. Good for them as people. They become friends. Good for the relations between their countries.
Are your multinational teams addressing the three questions?
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