How much does it cost when your team can’t rely on another team to get work done on time, budget and specification?
According to Donald N. Sull in a Harvard Business Review article, a reliable measure of whether things in an organisation get done, is how frequently people can count on others to deliver on promises. Failure to effectively co-ordinate work across units negatively impacts being able to harness potential opportunities, speed to market and financial performance.
Everyone knows that poor collaboration across teams is a pervasive organisational problem. But often the issue is ignored because leaders feel that the current situation is fit for purpose and workable. This calculator demonstrates what organisational silos are actually costing your organisation so leaders can fully appreciate how much time and money could be saved.