Break down silo thinking: How to get all employees on the same boat

Break down silo thinking: How to get all employees on the same boat

LEITWOLF Podcast - Leadership, Führung & Management
14 Minuten

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Silo thinking exists in many companies. It describes the extreme
fixation of managers and employees on their own department. Silo
thinking inhibits cooperation, increases costs and hinders
progress. So why is it still so widespread? And above all: what can
be done about it? In today's episode, Stefan talks about his
experiences with the topic and gives helpful tips on how to break
down silo thinking and get all employees on the same boat. ––– Do
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