The Good Collaboration Toolkit: List of Key Questions to be Answered by ELEMENTS
Below is a full list of the Key Questions to be Answered for each ELEMENT in the Good Collaboration Toolkit, which can help users consider which ELEMENTS may be of most relevance to their collaboration experience.
What are the factors that support excellent execution?
What are the factors that hinder excellent execution?
What can you do to support excellent execution?
What are the skills necessary to lead a collaboration?
How is leadership addressed in your collaboration?
How can individuals draw upon their own strengths to lead a collaboration?
What helps people to get engaged in a collaboration?
Are you “engaged” in your collaboration? Are others “engaged”? Why is “engagement” important?
What leads to dis-engagement in a collaboration?
How can individuals develop a common mission for a collaboration?
Can you describe the mission of your collaboration?
How would others in the collaboration describe the mission?
What do “ethics” look like in collaborative work? Is your collaboration ethically oriented?
How can individuals create the conditions for “good” ethical behavior in a collaboration?
How can individuals avoid situations in a collaboration that might elicit “poor” or “bad” ethical behavior?
What factors help individuals to feel nurtured during collaborations?
What makes you feel nurtured during collaborations?
How do you define time well spent?
How can you help to ensure individuals use time well during a collaboration?
How can collaborators intervene when time is not being used well?
How can individuals structure a collaboration to ensure a focus on the solutions and outcomes?
What is the appropriate balance of “process” and “product” for a collaboration?
Why is keeping a balance important?