Think and Do: The battle between autonomy and collaborationPrint
By Doug Richardson | Apr 7, 2012
By Douglas B. Richardson, Certified Master Coach
The complex interdependencies of today’s legal world reward team collaboration as much as individual legal skills. Yet some experts claim that collaboration stifles creative problem solving and that originality is hindered by “Groupthink.” Read on for a spirited analysis of the crucial interface between independent “thinking” and collective “doing,” particularly in managing complex legal projects.