Posts Tagged with "silos"
Despite the need for shared alignment, cross-functional knowledge, context, and expertise, silos still form within an organisation. Silos are natural and inevitable.Read more →
Siloing is defined by the level of cross-group communication. The higher the ratio of internal to external communication, the more siloed that group is. At the heart of siloing is communication, relationships, and networks — and both individuals and teams can benefit from expanding their network.Read more →
The degree to which an organisation is siloed is measured by its modularity. This is the ratio of communication within a group to communication outside it.Read more →
Silos are natural and unavoidable in organisations. They form as a group develops deep areas of expertise. This leads to the group having different goals and speaking a different technical language to other groups.Read more →
Every organisational structure has trade offs. Your challenge is to find the right balance for your situation.Read more →