An Overview of Relational Coordination Adapted from " New Directions for Relational Coordination Theory "

Abstract

Knowledge of each participant’s contribution to the overall work process enables everyone to communicate in a timely way across functions, grounded in an understanding of who needs to know what, why, and with what degree of urgency. Shared knowledge also enables participants to communicate with each other with greater accuracy, based on an understanding of how their own tasks relate to the tasks of others functions.

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@inproceedings{Hoffer2015AnOO, title={An Overview of Relational Coordination Adapted from " New Directions for Relational Coordination Theory "}, author={Jody Hoffer and Anthony L. Suchman and Jody Hoffer Gittell and Gretchen M. Spreitzer}, year={2015} }