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Harvard Business Review asked me to videotape a post on how to make teams work more effectively, how to privilege the outlier voice, and how to work past extreme cultural, national, gender, racial, sexual, generational, religious, and other differences more and more common in our worlds today of work and education.    Even business schools tend to teach near collaboration, how to work with those who have similar cultural norms, values, and modes of expression.  HASTAC was founded on an idea of “collaboration by difference,” ways to include non-expert voices, how to include end-users in the design, and how to appreciate the insights of those with radically different points of view.

 

You can watch the video here:  http://blogs.hbr.org/video/2012/05/collaboration-by-difference.html   Collaboration By Difference produced by Harvard Business Review

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