Kitty Woolley’s book provides the framework for thinking about working across boundaries and setting up programs in which employees feel safe in doing so. This isn’t the place for a detailed review – it’s only 50 pages long anyway.
It’s published under Creative Commons license, but if you are serious about wanting to up your organization;s cross-boundary game, you’d do best to contact her directly. Try LinkedIn, at https://www.linkedin.com/in/kitty/. (That, by the way, is what I call a world-class networker, when even LinkedIn lets you have just your first name as a handle).
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