Collaboration Score

Collaboration Score

The Collaboration score in the Qlearsite Organisational Fitness framework reflects how well the culture and co-operation across teams is operating in your organisation. This attribute sits at the intersection of the Value Driver, Enablement and the Organisation Lever, Culture.

Collaboration scores are based on the question:

{Our organisation} is an effective team that works well together and we help each other when needed.

(Note that the text {Our organisation} represents text that you can replace in the question to self-identify your own organisation.)

Collaborative teams help and support each other, understanding their respective objectives and communicate to prioritise collective tasks.

If you score high in Collaboration

Great job! High scores in Collaboration indicate that your organisation is great at working together as a team to accomplish goals. Collaborative organisations score higher on retention and tend to have high overall Organisational Fitness scores.

You may want to

  • Check the Themes that are most prominently correlated to this high-scoring attribute
  • Capture some comments that capture how your organisation is responding positively to this attribute.

If you score low in Collaboration

If you score low in Collaboration, it could indicate issues with team dynamics in your organization or communication problems. 

The first step is to find out more about what people are saying with regards to Collaboration.

 

  • What are the Themes that are correlated to Collaboration in the responses?
  • Are there any comments that are indicative or issues?
  • Can any identifiable root causes of Collaboration issues be observed in the responses?
  • Create Actions as you discover findings for further analysis and review.

Find out more about Collaboration in your organisation

Use a Collaboration Deep Dive survey to quantify Collaboration further.

This Deep Dive survey addresses four criteria of Collaboration: Team Levels, Across Teams, Informal and External.

By examining these four key dimensions, you will be able to gauge in detail how effectively collaboration is operating in your organisation.