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Get better results from working together
Get teams on the same page with their work, and keep communicating, checking in or asking questions as needs change over time
Show respect for each other in the commitments you make together by asking for consent and striving to deliver on time and as agreed
Deliver results to earn the recognition of your peers and build your reputation as a professional with integrity and expertise based on real evidence.


When we try to collaborate, we ask people to work with us. We make requests of them. We get their cooperation through consent. We strive to be clear with each other on what is needed and make commitments to do the work. How well we collaborate -- or conversely, how hard it is to collaborate – is about how well we keep our commitments and stay our expectations aligned even as situations and needs change. When we deliver the results our colleagues expect and keep on time, we earn their trust. This strengthens our work relationships and earns recognition of our abilities and expertise. This recognition encourages more people to want to work with us, elevates our professional reputations, and progresses our careers. This is how the Alynd holistic solution accelerates collaboration with accountability in our natural flows of work.


The Commitment Molecule: A New View on Collaboration
The Commitment Molecule: A New View on Collaboration
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We all know that we're smarter together than we're alone, and that we can accomplish more as a team, but how does that really work? Certainly it's about increasing the capacity and networking our cap ...

Do More with Less, With Alynd
Do More with Less, With Alynd

We've all been in the situation where we are forced to do more with less. Whether it was through budget cuts at work, a loss of a job from the economic downturn or like myself as an entrepreneur just ...

Transforming the Heart of Business: Our Road Ahead
Transforming the Heart of Business: Our Road Ahead

I've never been to TED. Sure I've been to a few TEDx's but not many, and oddly never as a speaker. That's my own fault though as I don't do much if any self promotion. I've been to Read More

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