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Definitions of Collaboration Sara Lombardi COM/295 Monday, March 26, 2018 Dr. Leslie
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Definitions of Collaboration Collaboration has many different faces so to speak. To collaborate is to actively work together in as a team. To create or complete a project as a unit. The different faces can sometimes look like or come off as an enemy. Even if the team does not always agree and have to choose to agree to disagree on things sometimes the task at hand still needs to be completed. With that being said I believe the best way to collaborate is by having an outline of expectations, get input from all of the team members, let the team know what the meetings are going to be about, outline
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  • Fall '15
  • Michelle Maldonado
  • Business, different faces, Sara Lombardi

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